Pros And Cons Of Roger Williams

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This essay will be going over the pros and cons of Roger Williams. we will be talking about p People left England to escape religious prosecution. the people who left England came to the United States to practice there religions freely. Roger Williams is defender of religious liberty. He took a hike and had a lifelong search so he could emerge his beliefs and ideas with God. When Roger Williams had a chance to remind everyone what bad they did against him he didn’t miss it. Roger Williams is a warm, sweet tempered, and rigid old man that followed a spiritual journey that forced him to separate from first one group and then another. during that time founded and governed an influential colony of Rhode Island.

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