Roger Williams


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English clergyman and colonist who was expelled from Massachusetts for criticizing Puritanism

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Decoding Roger Williams explains the process by which Williams' shorthand code was deciphered, introduces the reader to the polemical context and content of the essay, and provides a critical edition of the short essay itself ("A Brief Reply to a Small Book Written by John Eliot").
At RWU we are committed to providing our students, faculty and staff with the tools they need to make our campus as safe as possible," said Steven Melaragno, director of public safety at Roger Williams University.
Congressman Roger Williams visited our facility and helped elevate the conversation of our failing infrastructure," said Ken Thompson, president of Thompson Pipe Group, which owns the JCP plant.
We're glad Congressman Roger Williams visited our facility and helped elevate the conversation of our failing infrastructure," said Ken Thompson, president of Thompson Pipe Group, Johnson County parent.
The park and zoo are named after the founder of Providence, Roger Williams, the 17th-century proponent of religious tolerance.
STOCKTON'S Roger Williams was all smiles after his first time out on Graham Charlton's Scorpa.
They had come to express their concerns to Roger Williams, MP for Brecon & Radnorshire about the Reeves Hill Wind Farm and Llanshay Lane Road Access Development.
Brecon & Radnor MP Roger Williams MP has tabled an Early Day Motion in Parliament which "deplores" the squeeze being put on some livestock marketing groups.
Roger Williams and the Creation of The American Soul: Church, State, and the Birth of Liberty comes from an award-winning writer who considers the major differences that have divided America: the relationship between church and state and individual freedoms versus state powers.
That's a boatload of money, in my opinion," said Roger Williams, the victim's younger brother.
By the spring of 1631, a young reverend named Roger Williams was under scrutiny for suggesting that, because the Puritan church in Massachusetts was already separated in fact from the Church of England, it should consequently be legally separate as well (Rothbard 183).
2) More than a century and a half earlier, in 1644, the colonial advocate of religious freedom Roger Williams had employed the same phrase in a letter to his theological opponent, the Reverend John Cotton of Boston.
Roger Williams is careful not to allow his dialogue to spin into sermonizing about why the world's endangered languages need saving, but the situation facing those languages is presented in a powerful way.
Held in April at the Roger Williams University Ralph R.