15721631, Dec 13
an English clergyman and academic, noted as a preacher. Under the influence of Thomas Peacock of Brasenose he then proceeded B.D. in 1609, having decided to become a clergyman in the church of England. He was also appointed lecturer in logic and moral and natural philosophy. In his well known book, General directions for a Comfortable Walking with God, Bolton discusses subjects like Idleness, Government of the Tongue, Recreations, Visitations, Sleep, and Marriage. In The Saints Sure and Perpetual Guide, Bolton argued against separation.
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