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Voluntarism and the Separation of Church and State

Voluntarism and the Separation of Church and State By Peter Coker One of the main things that brought colonists to the North American continent in the 1600’s was the atmosphere of religious persecution they had been experiencing in Europe. For … Continue reading

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Religion and the American Revolution

Religion and the American Revolution By Peter Coker By the eve of the American Revolution there were about three-thousand religious ministries in the thirteen colonies. These ministries included; congregations, parishes, missions, societies and stations. One of the major roles the … Continue reading

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