"The atmosphere of our country is unquestionably charged with a threatening cloud of fanaticism, lighter in some parts, denser in others, but too heavy in all. I had no idea, however, that in Pennsylvania, the cradle of toleration and freedom of religion, it could have arisen to the height you describe. This must be owing to the growth of Presbyterianism. The blasphemy and absurdity of the five points of Calvin, and the impossibility of defending them, render their advocates impatient of reasoning, irritable, and prone to denunciation."
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This comes from a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Cooper, dated November 2nd, 1822. I always love watching the "historians" on TBN and in the Christian media trying to prove that Jefferson was either a believer or some sort of nominal Christian.