Jefferson, You, and I
In 1882: Thomas Jefferson thought Unitarianism would become the general religion of the United states.
I confidently expect that the present generation will see Unitarianism become the general religion of the United states. The Eastern presses are giving us many excellent pieces on the subject, and Priestly's learned writings on it are, or should be in every hand -Thomas Jefferson
*Unitarianism is a Christian theological movement, named for its understanding of God as one person, in direct contrast to Trinitarianism which defines God as three persons coexisting consubstantially as one in being. Thus, Unitarians adhere to strict monotheism, and maintain that Jesus was a prophet, and in some sense the "son" of God, but not God himself.
Note: Roadside Mystic is not a Unitarian
In 1982 I thought that the Libertarian party could become a successful party….
There are only 250,000 registered libertarians in the entire country.The party was founded forty years ago and the Libertarians have yet to better Ed Clark's record in 1980.
And here we all are now in 2012 with a two party tyranny, acting like one political party behind the facade, and a deja-vu of the Christian-Zionist-Muslim Wars….which is all the more Ironic as well as Moronic due to the fact that all three of these faiths can be traced back to the person of Abraham.
Nations tend to see the peak of their greatness in hind sight….in the rear view mirror…and to believe the illusion of their former greatness long after such greatness has departed…It is a difficult proposition at this time but yet still possible for America to re-create herself and begin a "Second Republic" . May Providence still favor this noble endeavour. - Shawn Kara ONeal
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