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What is Holy Experiment day?

Date When Celebrated : This holiday is always March 4. Holy Experiment Day is a day to try something religious. It is a chance to try something, or ask for something, and to measure the results. There are a lot of things that can be viewed as religious or holy experiments.

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Just so, what does Holy Experiment mean?

The "Holy Experiment" was an attempt by the Religious Society of Friends, also known as Quakers, to establish a community for themselves and other persecuted religious minorities in what would become the modern state of Pennsylvania.

Secondly, why did William Penn call his colony a holy experiment? William Penn wanted to start a colony (Pennsylvania) where Quakers could live in peace. He called his new colony a 'holy experiment' because he offered complete religious freedom to all who came there.

Consequently, when did the Holy Experiment happen?

1681

What was William Penn's Holy Experiment Brainly?

Answer: The correct answer is A. William Penn's "Holy Experiment" was aimed at building a colony where people of all faiths could co-exist amicably.

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