Delaware was never its own colony officially. It was part of the Province of Pennsylvania, where the Quaker religion was prominent.
they believed church and state should be seprate.
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Yes, they played roll the wooden hoop.
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the New Hampshire religion always helped others
Religion changes every single day i might ask?
They played freedom
It was established as a refuge for European Quakers.
The role of religion in the Massachusetts colony had a dual purpose. While religion kept a system of strong beliefs in place, it also served as the foundation for their legal system and law making.
tag the region was angilic
they actually didnt believe u should be prsecuted for religion
Of all the places in colonial America, perhaps the most tolerant one was New York and New York City. With that said, New York attracted more immigrants and they added to the development of New York.
mainly protestant and Quakers
It slowed them down.
Delaware was one of the Middle Colonies, and therefore was largely Protestant. However, it was much more tolerant of religious diversity than some colonies.
In some cases the colony was established because of discrimination against the religion. The Pilgrims and Quakers are examples of colonies established because of an religion.
The role that religion played in the establishment of the Massachusetts Bay was that the puritans made a settlement along the Massachusetts religion was the basis of the entire settlement.
the role was that purutian beliefs were wrong
it played a big role because it affected how government worked