If there is no struggle, then there is no progress -Fredrick Douglas
Abbot's movement included a focus on abolitionism, during a time when religion was used by many as a concurrent method of both oppression and coping within the world of slavery in the United States.
Concern in general is legitimate. But neither by religious activism nor another personally-biased financial incentive should individuals be empowered to lead EPA actions from standpoints rooted in irrelevant predisposition
Although the Age of Enlightenment still influenced her time, she was immersed in an oppositional religious revival that argued [...]
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Easter was about being a family holiday. It was about Jesus, too. Easter was a new dress and a basket of treats. The treats must have
In legislative bill text of the time, via Library of Virginia at Richmond and the Virginia Memory website, excerpt from Records of the General Assembly, of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom: An Act for establishing religious Freedom. Whereas, Almighty God hath created the mind free; That all attempts to influence it by temporal punishments... Continue Reading →
Born in the state of Virginia (formerly the Colony of Virginia and His Majesty's Most Ancient Colloney and Dominion of Virginia) at Charlottesville (in Shadwell), Thomas Jefferson grew up a British subject in ...