Debate: Did the Founders have a religious motive?

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This nation was founded by men with a religious motive.


Religion had nothing to do with the motivation for the founding. It was purely a commercial venture with some participants being of a religious nature. Religious freedom was a personal motive for inclusion in the ship manifest.

But this should be contrasted to the establishment of the government Americans enjoy today. There was no religious motive in providing freedom.

The founders had religion, but they realized others had different religion, and they realized a sucessful nation would have to be an inclusive one.--Snotbowst 22:48, 30 November 2008 (EST)


the founders needed some acceptable reference of popular values