"Well for one thing, if he went to religious services, a lot of them would be Quaker services.
Do you also think that practicing Muslims go mainly to Presbyterian services?"
vermit, is there a collection can at your front door? You are stupid, I cannot imagine how you survive. For someone who trashes Christians and is so protective of Jews, you certainly do not seem to have a clue as to the religions and their "practices". There are three religions that worship the same God. Within each are various groups.
Presbyterians, Quakers, Catholics, etc. are all Christians, just different churches within the whole. Christ's church started as the Catholic Church. Along the way, there were disagreements on particular issues and separations from the Vatican, but ALL remain Christian with a mutual affiliation. Saddest part is you cannot really understand or grasp this country's founding without knowledge of the Protestant Reformation and the developments of the various Christian Churches. There were also two of what is called "Great Awakenings" in this country of strong religious conversions that influenced our laws and history that are as well ignored. Bush actually believed he was leading a third Great Awakening. Some idiots including yourself think it is violation of Church and State to teach that history in school to kids so it is ignored as if it never occurred. This all gets to the point of the Civil Rights movements in the 1800's being Christian/Quaker driven, not party driven.
For a Muslim to go to a Presbyterian service, he is joining in worship of a different religion than his own. That is notable. For a Presbyterian to go to a Quaker service or vice versa, it is no big deal and done all the time. Nixon held Sunday services at the White House as a matter of security issues. Those services being non-denominational means they were Christian services with no typical ritual used of any of the particular Christian Churches. He invited ministers of various churches to lead the services. He did that so to be inclusive to all his staff who attended the services. It means nothing as to him not being a practicing Quaker but rather only affirms the fact. In fact, Christian worship services were commonly held in homes the first couple centuries of this country.
Rodentess further arguing that Nixon attending NON-Quaker services proves he was a Quaker: "Presbyterians, Quakers, Catholics, etc. are all Christians, just different churches within the whole. Christ's church started as the Catholic Church. Along the way, there were disagreements on particular issues and separations from the Vatican, but ALL remain Christian with a mutual affiliation"
Then why do you not think Nixon was not a practicing Catholic? And why do you not think the Pope is a practicing Mormon?