|←Author Index: Wi||Roger Williams
(c. 1603 – 1684/1683)
|American Protestant theologian, and the first American proponent of religious freedom and the separation of church and state.|
- A Key into the Language of America (London, 1643),
- Mr. Cotton's Letter lately Printed, Examined and Answered (London, 1644)
- The Bloody Tenent of Persecution, for Cause of Conscience (London, 1644)
- Queries of Highest Consideration Proposed to Mr. Tho. Goodwin, Mr. Phillip Nye, Mr. Wil. Bridges, Mr. Jer. Burroughs, Mr. Sidr. Simpson, all Independents, etc.
- The Bloody Tenent yet more Bloody: by Mr. Cotton's Endeavor to wash it white in the Blood of the Lamb; of whose precious Blood, spilt in the Bloud of his Servants; and of the Blood of Millions spilt in former and later Wars for Conscience sake, that most Bloody Tenent of Persecution for cause of Conscience, upon, a second Tryal is found more apparently and more notoriously guilty, etc. (London, 1652)
- The Hireling Ministry None of Christ's (London, 1652)
- Experiments of Spiritual Life and Health, and their Preservatives (London, 1652; reprinted Providence, 1863)
- George Fox Digged out of his Burrowes (Boston, 1676).
- Williams's Works (7 vols., Providence, 1866–74), and a volume was edited by J. R. Bartlett (1882).
- The Correspondence of Roger Williams, 2 vols., Rhode Island Historical Society, 1988, edited by Glenn W. LaFantasie.