an English Puritan minister. At the age of 18 he entered Magdalen Hall, Oxford, as a batler, and proceeded B.A. in 1634 and M.A. on 15 June 1637. He subsequently became rector of Tidworth in the same county. While a strict presbyterian, Grayle was charged with Arminianism, and defended his principles in a work, which was published after his death , entitled A Modest Vindication of the Doctrine of Conditions in the Covenant of Grace and the Defenders thereof from the Aspersions of Arminianism and Popery which Mr. W. Eyre cast on them, London, 1655.
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