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Benjamin Franklin: His Faith

Nothing More Important than Educating Youth In Wisdom and Virtue

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN In an August 23, 1750 letter to Samuel Johnson (the first President of King's—now Columbia—College), American Founding Father Benjamin Franklin...

Fundamental Points In All Sound Religion—Benjamin Franklin

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 9 March 1790 YOU desire to know something of my religion. It is the first time I have been questioned upon...

Divine Providence and Our Divine Charge

BY STEVE FARRELL Was the establishment of the United States, this ‘light on the hill’ republic, an event of mere chance or was it a...

Benjamin Franklin: Comparing the Ancient Jews to the Antifederalists

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, 1788 A ZEALOUS advocate for the proposed Federal Constitution, in a certain public assembly, said, that "the repugnance of a...

Benjamin Franklin: Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion

They Were Believers, Benjamin Franklin, 1728 I believe that there is one supreme most perfect Being, author and father of the Gods themselves. For I...