So, you failed again? After all, you must have since you ran from this simple point:
Jefferson also cut stories of miracles and the supernatural out of his Bible - what he called of vulgar ignorance, of things impossible, or superstitions, fanaticisms, and fabrications. He was brilliant in the secular sense, but a twit when it came to Christianity.
That’s okay. You can’t do anything but fail anyway.
>>You cant do anything but fail anyway.
Uhuh. Folks like you aboard the Theocratic jackwagon would like to think this...
The American Declaration of Independence
...was a failure too.
Nonetheless, the American REALITY is that our implementation of the Declaration and the establishment of this Republic, founded upon the 1st amendment, keeps your mystery-cultic ilk from doing your collective state-established business upon the American temple steps.
So boo hoo. No royal jelly for you. Bzzzzz.
>>this simple point
Simple, to a regurgitating collectivist parrot perhaps.
Jefferson rejected temporal human religious concoctions and preferred, instead, a personal relationship constituted through a lifetime of interaction with his Creator, and the experience and self-evident Truth manifested therein.
And thank GOD he and his fellows were inspired by that Creator to found this American Republic where other INDIVIDUALS are FREE ( much to your evident chagrine ) to do so as well.