There is no definite, undeniable answer to the question. However, it's stated that a few prominent 'Founding Fathers' were anti-clerical Christians, such as Thomas Jefferson (who created the so-called "Jefferson Bible") and Benjamin Franklin. Others (most notably Thomas Paine, author of "Common Sense") were deists, or at least held beliefs very similar to those of deists. Historians argue that the leading Founders (John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, James Wilson, Robert Morris, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and George Washington) were neither Christians nor Deists, but rather supporters of a hybrid "theistic rationalism".
The Founding Fathers founded the government of the United States, but did not "find" America. The continent had already been explored before they were born.
pioneers, Founding Fathers if they wrote the Constitution
The wigs were made white.
The settlers came to America for different reasons. Some were seeking religious freedom, others were looking for wealth and land.
In the US, our founding fathers.
The Founding Fathers of America did not express any views of protocol, but they did not appreciate the protocol of the monarchy.
They wouldn’t have been “founding fathers “ if they held anything against the country.
Because they founded the United States of America.
The United States of America.
He was one of the founding fathers of America.
The Founding Fathers.
The founding fathers transformed America from a British colony to an independent nation. They created a constitution which remains the legal framework upon which America is based, to this day.
He is considered the greatest of the Founding Fathers because he is the Father of the United States of America.
The Founding Fathers of America intended for it to be one country, unified, led by the Christian God.
America was establised as a republic because of our founding fathers
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