Overview of Our Book

There has been a massive shift in the understanding of “the separation of church and state” in America. As a nation, we were founded for religious liberty, but now that freedom seems under attack by the forces of a militant secularism. Just as an example. Recently, in Houston, city officials …

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Some highlights of the book’s publicity so far—“We’ve Only Just Begun”

***11/4/14- Jerry Newcombe posted his weekly column on Jefferson: “Was Jefferson Really a Doubting Thomas?” This was distributed in Jerry’s usual sources: wnd.com, christianpost.com, and townhall.com. Townhall| Columnists | Jerry Newcombe Misreading Jefferson on Church and State Jerry Newcombe | Nov 06, 2014 Unless you’ve been living in a cave lately, you might …

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Thomas Jefferson and the Trinity

There are 2 key points that our book, Doubting Thomas, strives to make: 1) Jefferson was not a lifelong skeptic (and even at the end of his life, when it was now available again, he publicly attended and financially supported Trinitarian worship services, while privately holding Unitarian beliefs), and 2) He did …

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Jefferson and the Clergy

Most clergy in Jefferson’s lifetime were not antagonistic to him. Only later did this begin to be popular in some historical works of clergy. And similarly Jefferson was not universally opposed to the clergy. His anti-clericalism was clearly selective and focused, and for biographers to not make that distinction is …

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