I enjoy reading George Will. I usually find his columns provocative. In a major address at Washington University in St. Louis last December, though, he made some claims about religion in the founding era and subsequently what he believes should be the place of religion in America today. In the process, he made claims about the non-belief of some of the key founders that I don’t think represented them accurately. I enlarge on this criticism in a post just up today at the Religion in U.S. History blog.