Freedom Of Speech Aroused By Thomas Paine
In the eighteenth century, whenever the thought of freedom of speech aroused, one common name appeared, Thomas Paine. He supported the cause so much, that he wrote several pieces about why it is important, but his last piece proved his belief. During this time religion was an important topic and while he was being held in a prison in France, he wrote What I Believe. It focused on his religious beliefs, the belief in a God, but not a church.
Thomas Paine says that he does believe in a God. But what