His vision for the world, alas, remains to be seen, but it gives one hope.
Ms. Settle's book makes a credible effort to set this complex personality in the context of his time and his personal background.
If the above were true, I imagine that people might pick it up in bookshops out of curiosity, read and enjoy it.
Great author and a very engaging book. I could hardly put it down. I will be buying more from the author.Published 10 months ago by Bernard R. Bossert Jr.
I purchased this after hearing an interview on NHPR.
Every once-in-a- while, it's read a little;
But has never been finished. Read more
"I, Roger Williams, once called passionate, precipitate, and divinely mad, New England's gadfly, firebrand in the night, do slump upon the ground this day in late June of the most... Read morePublished on March 16, 2013 by Suzanne Dobbins
As my literature professor said; "Roger Williams is the most difficult reading we will do this
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I learned that Roger Williams is a relative of mine so I wanted to learn about his philosophy and integrity. This book did not disappoint. Read morePublished on November 15, 2012 by Ferns
A very interesting and well written (in the "first person")look into the life of Roger Williams. I found this a reflective book on his early life in England and how it tied into... Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by John E. Inman
This is an incredible, beautiful and engaging novel that deserves more attention and circulation than it currently has.
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