anonymous
  • anonymous
"No people can truly be happy [if they have liberty but no] Freedom of... Religious Profession and Worship." This passage represents the opinions on religion of which two colonial founders? William Bradford and John Smith William Bradford and Roger Williams William Penn and Roger Williams William Penn and John Smith @AdamLevine1986
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jagr2713
  • jagr2713
Hey what do you think?
jagr2713
  • jagr2713
Take a look here https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/William_Penn
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, John Smith really wasnt a person to say he cared about religion, he was a admiral and a founder of jamestown.. Bradford was a separatist, meaning he wanted to express his religion somewhere else. Williams was known for seperating from the church and making province for religious minorities. Penn made a colony for everyone to express their religion. Which two do you think fit best?

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