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Roger Williams was banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636 because: he was disliked by everyone in Massachusetts, especially the governor, John Winthrop he was more interested in making money than in fulfilling his role as minister of the Salem church he was a Separatist who believed that the government had no authority over religious matters all of the above

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Ashley Howard on May 3, 2018

The correct answer to the question that is being asked and that is shown above is that: "he was more interested in making money than in fulfilling his role as minister of the Salem church." Roger Williams was banished from the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in 1636 because he was more interested in making money than in fulfilling his role as minister of the Salem church


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