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  • Versions of Westminster Confession of Faith by Westminster Assembly 6720Versions of Westminster Confession of Faithby Westminster Assembly Versions
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  • BondJohnBondBond,_John16121676English jurist, Puritan clergyman, member of the Westminster Assembly, and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. A Door of Hope, 1641 (External
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  • in 1642 for that of St. Peter's, Cornhill. He was a member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Selden describes him as a learned man and an Erastian
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  • On 6 July 1643 he was appointed one of the two scribes to the "Westminster Assembly, the other being Henry Roborough. Their amanuensis or assistant was
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  • John Evelyn to the rectory of Long Ditton, Surrey. He sat in the Westminster Assembly, but was not one of the divines nominated in the original ordinance
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  • Dunstan's-in-the-East. In 1643 he was appointed a member of the Westminster Assembly, and took the covenant. He was one of the sub-committee of five nominated
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  • a member of the Westminster Assembly of divines, and regularly attended its sessions. He was made examiner in Latin to the Assembly, and chairman of
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  • Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Palmer was appointed an original member of the Westminster assembly of divines by the ordinance of 12 June 1643. He removed to London
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  • Nonconformists' Memorial, iii. 367; Cat. Librorum Impress. Bibl. Bodleianae, i. 206; Hetherington's Hist, of the Westminster Assembly of Divines, 110.] T. C.
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  • on 4 Jan. 1647, was ‘approved on his former examination’ by the Westminster assembly. On 23 Feb. 1654 (being already married, and the father of two sons)
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  • This good treatment may have been due to his consent to attend the Westminster assembly, which met on 1 July. Although his share in the proceedings was small
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  • oldest members of the Westminster Assembly, and author of: 'Zeale for God's House quickned: a Fast Sermon before the Assembly of the Lords, Commons,
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  • presbyterian. He laid his scruples on infant baptism before the Westminster assembly of divines, but got no satisfaction. Declining to baptise infants
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  • and published in the Palatinate. It was approved by the Synod of Dort, and was the model on which the Westminster Assembly framed the Shorter Catechism.
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  • held in Edinburgh in 1843, to commemorate the bicentenary of the Westminster Assembly, he delivered a remarkable speech in favour of christian union, which
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  • Troubles, 1095, p, 199). In 1643 he was nominated a member of the Westminster Assembly of divines, and he was a regular attendant; the best thing he said
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  • Smectymnuans he was included in the original summons (12 June 1643) to the Westminster assembly of divines, and took the ‘league and covenant’ in the following September
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  • 1643 was one of the three ruling elders sent from Scotland to the Westminster Assembly, and in February 1645 dated his second marriage contract from ‘the
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  • for games of hazard. In 1643 Gataker was nominated a member of the Westminster assembly of divines. He was one of those who scrupled at the covenant in its
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  • the various doctrinal points raised by Walker. Walker joined the Westminster assembly of divines in 1643, in the records of which body his name often appears
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