Did Thomas Jefferson Believe In G*d?

The late Brother James Wasserman once gave an impassioned lecture where he declared the United States’ Declaration Independence as one of the most Thelemic documents the world has ever known. This document was drafted by Virginian landowner and politician Thomas Jefferson and a major point of debate in this country has long been did the Founding Fathers, including Jefferson, intend the Christian religion as one of the foundational principles of this Republic.

The New Yorker recently ran a LONG review of Peter Manseau’s The Jefferson Bible: A Biography, that takes an in depth look at Jefferson’s beliefs in Christianity as a religion vs. the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as a philosopher, perhaps one of the greatest that ever lived – but not necessarily the Son of God in the sense that the Nicene Creed propounded.


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