The Enlightened Patriarch:

The Religious Impact of Thomas Jefferson

on a Fledgling Nation

With his Enlightened way of thinking that would lead to numerous attacks, Thomas Jefferson had the strength of character to lead a fledgling nation, and eventually the world, into a new era of freedom and religious liberties.


Jamie Belcher

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Last Updated:  February 16, 2001

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