Samuel J. May, radical in politics, was fairly moderate in his theology. May on the Divinity of Jesus:
"One day Mr. May found two stern-looking women at his front door. He invited them to walk in, with his usual cordiality; but they said, as if doubting their welcome, " We have come to you with a message from the Lord." " Then you must come in, for there is no one from whom I should be so glad to hear." After they were seated there was a long pause; but at last one of them said, " Mr. May, we have heard that you do not believe in the divinity of Jesus Christ." "You did not hear that from the Lord [May replied,] for the Lord knows I do."
Have a blessed Sabbath
(For James Freeman Clarke on this question, see this morning's post at Wonderful Epoch)