Table of contents for Founding faith : the birth of religious freedom in America / Steven Waldman.

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 Introduction									xxx
	
Christian America			xxx
Settlers try to plant Protestantism as the official faith ¿ and fail
Ben Franklin									xxx
The Puritan New Ager						
The Evangelical Revolution							xxx
A cross-eyed preacher fuels the drive for independence and religious freedom
 
 John Adams									xxx
 The Angry Unitarian
 The Godly Roots of Rebellion 							xxx
 Fear of Anglicans and Catholics helps cause the American Revolution			
George Washington								xxx
Protected by God
Holy War										xxx
George Washington uses religious tolerance, and appeals to God, to win the War of Independence
Thomas Jefferson									xxx
The Pious Infidel
Nature's God Meets the Supreme Judge						xxx
The Declaration of Independence and the God compromise
James Madison									xxx
The Radical Pluralist
"A Diabolical Persecution"							xxx
A wave of bigotry in Madison's backyard changes history
The Mighty Current of Freedom 							xxx
After independence, the states begin wrenching themselves from the old church-state models 
The Godless Constitution								xxx
The Founders reject the approach of their forefathers
The First Amendment Compromise						xxx
Building a wall that look good from all sides
Practicing What They Preached 							xxx
The first presidencies bring inspiring rhetoric, dirty politics, and sharp disagreement among the Founders 
Friends in Heaven									xxx
The Founders end their spiritual journeys and prepare to continue the conversation in the next life
They Were Right									xxx
Acknowledgments
Notes
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Freedom of religion -- United States.
United States -- Religion -- History.