John Quincy Adams

Early Life and Family

Did Adams have a religious upbringing?

Yes, his parents instilled in him at an early age the practice of regular reading of the Bible. He read the Bible for an hour a day as a youngster in different languages. He was reared as a Congregationalist, though in later years he joined the Unitarian Church.


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