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how did the religious faith influenced the ideals expressed in the declaration?

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    Declaration of Independence?

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    well considering MOST of the founding fathers were something called desists (or at least that's what the evidence says) they didn't actually care too much about it. They really wanted to keep the church out of the government. It might have been the main public's religious beliefs that influenced the document not the founding fathers themselves.

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