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Religious doctrine has little to do with the kind of politician someone is

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Religious doctrine has little to do with the kind of politician someone is.

Reasons to agree

  1. "Jimmy Carter was probably more theologically in line with evangelicals than Ronald Reagan, yet we believe that Reagan was clearly the better choice in 1980." http://www.evangelicalsformitt.org/why.php
  2. Bill Clinton was Baptist. This did not make him a good president.
  3. Hillary Rodham Clinton was Methodist. This did not make her a good presidential candidade.
  4. George W. Bush was United Methodist. This did not make him a bad president.
  5. George H. Bush was Episcopal. This had little to do with his policies.
  6. Nixon was a Christian (Quaker) did that make him a good president?
  7. Dwight D. Eisenhower was Presbyterian and Jehovah's Witness did that make him a bad president?
  8. William Howard Taft was a Unitarian, whatever that was.
  9. Wikipedia doesn't say what religion Theodore Roosevelt was, does that make him a ba person?
  10. John Tyler was possibly a diest (http://www.adherents.com/people/pt/John_Tyler.html) did that shut the country down?
  11. James Monroe was Episcopalian (possibly a deist) http://www.adherents.com/people/pm/James_Monroe.html
  12. Thomas Jefferson had no affiliation (possibly Unitarian or Deist in belief). Does that make the decloration of independence suck?
  13. John Adams my favorite president was a Unitarian. Historic Unitarians believed in the moral authority, but not the deity, of Jesus. Historic Unitarianism believed in the oneness of God and not the Christian doctrine of the Trinity (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in one God) proclaimed at the Council of Nicaea in 325.
  14. George Washington was Anglican/Episcopal/Deist.

 

http://www.adherents.com/adh_presidents.html

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