God of Liberty
Thomas Kidd recounts the role religion played in the American Revolution. Professor Kidd contends that it was the belief in the right to worship freely that brought the colonists together, from conservative evangelists to liberal deists, and remained a cohesive element following the Revolutionary War. Thomas Kidd presented his book at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana. close
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