William Penn speaking about the Godhead

I deny a Trinity of separate persons in the godhead…. Does thou in good earnest think they [Catholicism] were one in judgment with Sabellius, who only rejected the imaginary personality of those times; who at the same instant owned and confessed to the Eternity and godhead of Christ Jesus our Lord. It is manifest, then that though I may deny the Trinity of separate persons in one godhead, yet I do not consequentially deny the Deity of Jesus Christ.

William Penn (October 14, 1644 – July 30, 1718) was an early champion of democracy and religious freedom and directed the planning and development of the city of Phiadelphia.