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  • There is this difference between me and deistic philosophers: I believe; and I believe the Gospel.

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  • She became a deist when her daughter died. Prior to that, she believed God had an active hand in every aspect of her life.
  • A lot of people who knew them (Washington, Jefferson, Monroe and Madison) would have considered them devout. They were deist Christians.
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