Religious Freedom and the Constitution

When Ses mentions religious freedom spurring political and educational freedom, she means the time which began when Luther pinned his 95 Propositions to the door of All Saint’s Church, in Wittenberg, on October 31, 1517. Luther’s Thesis was intended to initiate reform within the Catholic Church, not to splinter it into many factions, as it did over the next 150 years.

Thomas Jefferson was President of the USA from 1801 to 1809, and was one of the principal architects of the constitution. More on the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, and for articles analyzing the style and content of these two documents.

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