The Jefferson Bible Hoax


Check out this Article from AmericanThinker By Craig Seibert

We should do this again!!

“In fact, in 1902, it was felt that there was so much corruption in the federal government that Congress commissioned a printing of 9,000 copies of Jefferson’s The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth at government expense to be distributed to every U.S. senator, U.S. representative and all their staff.

There is a concerted effort to destroy the very foundations of our constitutional republic. Public schools have been ground zero of this attack for decades, though it has been hidden from view from those not paying attention. But it is now out in full view, with the radical advancement of Critical Race Theory and the rewriting of American History.

Fake History’s ultimate target is the foundation of the United States and the Founders themselves. If you can discredit or marginalize the Founders, you can marginalize their ideas and principles and then discard them.

As we just passed Religious Freedom Day, January 16th, which celebrates the Religious Freedom Statutes of 1786 signed by then Governor Thomas Jefferson, I want to take a moment to debunk a hoax created about Thomas Jefferson that began to get real traction toward the end of the last century. The purpose of this hoax is to marginalize Thomas Jefferson in the minds of the public, but particularly in the eyes of people of faith, so that in turn his ideas can be marginalized and thereafter nullified and discarded.

The essence of the Jefferson Bible Hoax is this:

Read more:

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2023/01/the_jefferson_bible_hoax_.html

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1 Response to The Jefferson Bible Hoax

  1. malenurseken says:

    TOTALLY AGREE. We NEED constitutionalists elected!!!!

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