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Tommy Fridy Modern Christian Thought Dr. Thomas February 18, 2007 Locke’s Reasoning of God John Locke was not only a man of religion, but he was also a philosopher and politician. Locke developed and founded a branch of philosophy called empiricism. However Lock was not a well known Unitarian. Unitarianism the separation of church and state, religious freedom and tolerance, and an individual’s right to use cogent facilities to interpret scriptures. These beliefs of Unitarianism are also known as religious liberalism. As a member of the Anglican church Locke, was also a devout latitudinarian, which is the principle that a Christian is a person who believes in Jesus’ teachings of God. John Locke greatly predisposed the future liberal Protestants through is writings. His influence could arguably be connected to the founding of American Unitarianism. He believed that a person’s affirmation of God is a derivative of that persons everyday experiences. He also thought a person is not born with this intelligence, and they can
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