Roger Williams started his teachings in England and took the journey to Boston, Massachusetts to cut ties with the church of England. He thought that the church of England was corrupt and religion wasn’t supposed to be that. Once he got to Boston he shortly learned that their church hadn’t cut ties with the church which made Williams furious, he even said he “durst not officiate to an unseparated people” (Baym 103). He began to speak his word about what he thought was the right thing to do with the church and in October 1635 he was first accused of holding “new and dangerous opinions against the authority of magistrates” (Baym 103). The governor despised of his opinions and decided that he needed to be banished so that his opinions couldn’t influence anyone in a way that the church of Boston didn’t approve of.
Williams got wind of the banishment from John Winthrop and disappeared. He traveled into the country and made friends with some Indians. He bought land from some Indians and named it Providence, Williams is responsible for discovering Rhode Island. Williams built up this new town in the way he saw fit. He wanted believers of all faiths...
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...possible. You can’t control thoughts, and you cant change the way the bible reads.
Williams wanted to show people that having different religions in our society, and in our world was something to gain, never something to argue over. He devoted his life and his teachings to show people that. He studied other religions and found that they were all worshiping the same person, all of their readings led to the same man as everyone else, we just all called that man by a different name. acceptance of other religions is what Williams created in his town of Providence, in which case has spread to our society as we see it today. Although we still see conflict over religions, we can always try to explain what Williams always taught, which was that everyone interpreted religions differently, and that is never a bad thing. We can always learn from others readings and teachings.
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