This is the one republic, Two Presidents PDF accepted revision, reviewed on 8 March 2019. The majority of American Presidents have been Protestant. John’s Episcopal Church, an Episcopal church in Washington, D.
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The religious affiliations of Presidents of the United States can affect their electability, shape their stances on policy matters and their visions of society and also how they want to lead it. Most presidents have been formal members of a particular church or religious body, and a specific affiliation can be assigned to every president from James A. The pattern of religious adherence has changed dramatically over the course of United States history, so that the pattern of presidential affiliations is quite unrepresentative of modern membership numbers. While many presidents did not formally join a church until quite late in life, there is a genre of tales of deathbed conversions. Biographers usually doubt these, though the baptism of James K. The inner beliefs of the presidents are much more difficult to establish than church membership. While some presidents have been relatively voluble about religion, many have been reticent to the point of complete obscurity.
Researchers have tried to draw conclusions from patterns of churchgoing or religious references in political speeches. On the other hand, there are several presidents who considered themselves aligned with a particular church, but who withheld from formal affiliation for a time. James Buchanan, for instance, held himself allied with the Presbyterian church, but refrained from joining it until he left office. Unitarians fall outside of Trinitarian Christianity, and the question arises as to the degree to which the presidents themselves held Christian precepts. Quakerism is, by its nature, not circumscribed by doctrines, but even so it is hard to determine whether either Hoover or Nixon had much adherence even to Quaker practice. The only other president with any association with a definitely non-Trinitarian body is Dwight D.