The Crucible

parris had frequent comflicts with his congregation about

its in the play

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Parris felt that he is owed firewood and the title of his house. He also covets the golden candlesticks in the church. Parris argues that if the town should not want him, he deserves some security. Parris also pits members against each other so he can manipulate them and keep his job.