16381669, Dec 24
an English academic theologian and controversial author. He became a commoner of Queen's College, Oxford, 6 June 1654, proceeded B.A. 3 February 1656, and M.A. on 25 June 1659; he was incorporated B.A. of Cambridge in 1658, and on 31 January 1660 was elected fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. He studied divinity, took the degree of B.D. on 7 November 1667, and became sub-rector of his college. On behalf of the Church of England he attacked both presbyterians and Catholics.
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