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...Walton, Brian Selden, John Laud, William Brian Walton was born in the district of Cleveland, Yorkshire and died in London on 29 November 1661. He matriculated at Magdalene College, Cambridge in 1614, migrating to Peterhouse in 1619. Walton...
...D’Aquin, a French philologist, was born in 1578 in either Carpentras or Avignon into the Jewish religion under the name Mardochée Cresque, and died in Paris in 1650. After being banished from the synagogue at Avignon, due to his penchant...
...Israel, Menasseh ben Mennasseh ben Israel was born in Lisbon or in La Rochelle to a family of Portuguese New Christians of Jewish origin. His original name was Manoel Dias Soeiro. The Portuguese Inquisition condemned his father...
...The mystical-spiritual theologian Gottfried Arnold was the foremost proponent of so-called radical pietism, who attained fame both as an author of religious poetry and, primarily, an epoch-making Church historian. He was born on 5 September...
...Lowman, Moses Moses Lowman was born in London and died there on 2 May 1752. He joined the Inner Temple in 1697 but left to study divinity. He entered Leyden University in 1698 and later studied at Utrecht under De Vries and Witsius. In 1710...
...One of the great theologians of the Lutheran Church, Siegmund Jakob Baumgarten was born in Wolmirstedt (not far from Magdeburg) on 14 March 1706 and died on 4 July 1757 in Halle. Together with his younger brother Alexander Gottlieb...
...Daniel Heinrich Arnoldt (also Arnold) was born on 7 December 1706 and died in Königsberg on 30 July 1775. He was a pietist theologian in the Wolffian mould of F.A. Schultz and an invaluable local historian. An early interest and ability...
...Bayly, Anselm Anselm Bayly was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, and attained the degree of BCL on 12 June 1749. He entered the Church and held various preferments in London. Like many eighteenth-century writers about whom very little...
...Mead, Joseph Joseph Mead was born in Berden, Essex and died in Cambridge. He was educated at Wethersfield, Essex, and Christ’s College, Cambridge, where he gained an MA in 1610 and a BD in 1618. He was elected Fellow of the College in 1613...
...Lightfoot, John John Lightfoot was born in Stoke on Trent in March 1602 and died in Ely on 6 December 1675 after having caught a heavy cold journeying there from Cambridge. He was buried in Much Munden. Lightfoot was educated by Mr...