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Answer See related link "Our Founding Fathers were not Christians" and scroll down to "Thomas Paine" Thomas Paine was a deist and not a Christian. He …believed in God but not the Bible. Regarding the above Founding Fathers answer above ~ According to ConstitutionFacts.com, Thomas Paine was not one of the Founding Fathers. (!) They have only this short list: George Washington, James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, George Mason, Gouverneur Morris, Roger Sherman, James Wilson, Edmund Randolph. Wikipedia gives a far greater number of Founding Fathers and here is part of what wikipedia says (Thomas Paine is listed as a Founding Father at this site): The Founding Fathers of the United States were the political leaders who signed the Declaration of Independence or otherwise participated in the American Revolution as leaders of the Patriots, or who participated in drafting the U. S. constitution eleven years later. The Founders were opposed by the Loyalists who supported the British monarchy and opposed independence (though most Loyalists remained in the U.S. after 1783 and supported the new government). Some authors draw a distinction between the Founders, who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776 or participated in the Revolution, and the Framers, who drafted the United States Constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation, in 1787. Warren G. Harding is credited with coining the phrase "Founding Fathers" in his keynote address to the 1916 Republican National Convention when he was still a Senator. See also wallbuilders.com/ & google: government archives constitution or founding fathers.
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His dad's name was Joseph Pain, or Paine. AND his mom's name was Frances Paine.
He did many things, writing was probably his most important. Paine wrote The Case of The Officers of Excise, Common Sense, Rights of Man and many more. He served as a secr…etary, held interests in science, worked on an iron bridge and smokeless candle, sailed, was an excise officer, was in the Continental Army, and helped write a new constitution for France.
The pamphlet was named "Common Sense".
wrote common sense and American crisis during the American rev. American crisis was read to American soldiers to inspire them to fight the british wrote common sense and Ameri…can crisis during the American rev. American crisis was read to American soldiers to inspire them to fight the british
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Thomas Paine's Common Sense criticized monarchies and convinced many American colonists of the need to break away from Britain.
the message is basically stateing that to belive god could help them win the war if they would just try to fight back and not be afraid.
Thomas Paine had several arguments for seeking independence for American colonists. These arguments included the impractical rule by the British because of the slow commun…ication. He felt that Britain put the needs of the British before the American colonists. He also felt that the Britain would make American colonists commit to European wars that would hamper international trade that was needed.
For writing the greatest novel in American history, Inception during the American Revolution. This novel would later become a famous movie in the 21st century. Secondly, he …was the first know person to start the cannibalism movement. During his life he ate an estimated 100-124 people. lastly, he wrote Common Sense, which helped inspire the American colonist to rally against the British in the American Revolution. credibility: I have a masters in history and am I professor at Harvard.
Thomas Paine basically grew up as an only child. He had one sister, but she died while still a baby. Paine was an author and one of the Founding Fathers of the United Stat…es.
Thomas Paine's pamphlet Common Sense, which was published in 1776, was important because it was the first to publicly and openly request independence from Great Britain,… doing so in a way that could be understood by the common people. Its publication earned Paine the nickname of The Father of the American Revolution. In asking for independence, the pamphlet questioned the previously unchallenged authority of the British government and the royal monarchy, and offered the alternative of a break from tradition and historical practice.