William Penn

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History

 

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Jillian W

 

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October 14, 2014

 

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He was a Quaker advocate, and as a proprietor had the opportunity to practice the Quaker Peace testimony. Penn was interested in religion from the time he was a child. When he was twelve years old he had the opportunity to hear testimony from a traveling Quaker minister, Thomas Loe. Penn was touched by Loe's message, and sought the ?authentic Christian message' rather then focusing on ?institutional' religion...
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At the age of 16, Penn started attending Oxford University. It was at Oxford University, that William began to reject Anglicanism and he began attending unauthorized prayer meetings. At this time, he was expelled for his "religious unconformity". He then attended a Protestant school in France, where he completed his education...
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