Regarding the list...I should also add that identifying anybody as an Episcopalian/Congregationalist is an absurdity. These are exactly opposite ecclesiologies. As for claiming Jefferson in 1776 was a “Deist”, I don’t know of any evidence for it in 1776. Those who argue Jefferson was a deist usually claim that it was the result of his time in France, which was well after the Declaration.
The Anglican (Episcopal) church was born out of the lusts and dynastic wishes of Henry VIII, combined in a bizarre synthesis with the ideals of the Reformation. It was always a mixed bag. That’s why there were “high church” and “low church” Episcopalians. Since the Anglican church was the only legal religion in England, many disparate elements resided therein. Some were crypto-catholic, while others were clearly Protestant. The important thing is that all were Christian.
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