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The Lives of the Puritans, Vol. 2

by Brook, Benjamin

James Black 1813

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Overview

The Puritans dedicated their lives to consistent study of the Bible, treasured devotional feelings and close communion with God. As a people, they wanted to eliminate impurities in the church in the area of secularity and corruption and promoted religion and the impact and it’s power it has on people. Benjamin Brook wrote The Lives of the Puritans with the mindset that it be a historical narrative of facts.

In his book, Benjamin Brook gives a history of the Puritans as well as discussions about their reservations regarding rites, ceremonies, Lent, and their views regarding baptism. The majority of his book gives a history of those who played a major role in Puritan history such as Richard Sibbes and Henry Scudder

The Lives of the Puritans makes accessing information on the Puritans easier than ever before! In your digital library, you can read their history together with other prominent Puritan theologians that you own, and Scripture passages, theological terms, and a wealth of other information is only a click away!

Biographies Included:

  • John Udal
  • John Greenwood
  • William Smyth
  • Thomas Settle
  • John Penry
  • Thomas Gataker, sen
  • Arthur Wake
  • William Whitaker
  • Henry Alvey
  • John Prime
  • Richard Allen
  • Francis Johnson
  • William Cole
  • John Holland
  • Henry Smith
  • Arthur Dent
  • William Charke
  • John Darrell
  • Christopher Goodman
  • William Perkins
  • Josias Nichols
  • Thomas Cartwright
  • Edward Philips
  • Mr. Midgley
  • William Hubbock
  • Thomas Carew
  • George Coryat
  • Francis Trigge
  • Percival Wyburn
  • Nicholas Bound
  • Ezekias Morley
  • John Rainolds
  • Thomas Brightman
  • Richard Maunsel
  • Thomas Wilcocks
  • John Smyth
  • Richard Clifton
  • Nicholas Rush
  • Mr. Lancaster
  • Thomas Peacock
  • Gabriel Powel
  • Thomas Holland
  • Hugh Broughton
  • William Burton
  • Richard Rogers
  • Randal Bates
  • Daniel Dyke
  • Robert Parker
  • Richard Gawton
  • Henry Airay
  • George Withers
  • Francis Bunney
  • Edmund Bunney
  • Eusebius Paget
  • Thomas Stone
  • Paul Baynes
  • William Bradshaw
  • Mr. Jenkin
  • Samuel Hieron
  • George Gifford
  • Jeremiah Dyke
  • Thomas Helwisse
  • Thomas Wilson
  • Andrew Willet
  • Stephen Egerton
  • Thomas Paget
  • Mr. Knight
  • John Randall
  • Nicholas Byfield
  • Henry Ainsworth
  • William Pemble
  • John Sprint
  • John Gee
  • John Knewstubs
  • Richard Crackenthorp
  • Walter Travers
  • Henry Jacob
  • John Robinson
  • Richard Stock
  • Anthony Wotton
  • Richard Rothwell
  • John Preston
  • Job Throgmorton
  • Theolophius Bradbourn
  • William Hinde
  • William Pinke
  • Sebastian Benefield
  • Robert Brown
  • Francis Higginson
  • Robert Nicolls
  • John Warham
  • Arthur Hildersham
  • Thomas Hill
  • Robert Bolton
  • Giles Thorne
  • Thomas Beard
  • Thomas Taylor
  • Nathaniel Bernard
  • William Ames
  • John Carter
  • Hugh Clark
  • John Hayden
  • Richard Sibbs
  • John Avery
  • John Rogers
  • John Maverick
  • Henry Gellibrand
  • Henry Ramsden
  • Robert Catlin
  • Joseph Mede
  • John Workman
  • William Whateley
  • John Ball
  • Thomas Brewer
  • Lawrence Chadderton
  • John Rudd
  • William Fenner
  • Samuel Ward
  • Henry Archer
  • Samuel Howe
  • Stephen More
  • Richard Barnard
  • Jonathan Burr
  • John Eaton
  • John Howe
  • Mr. Wroth
  • William Wrathband
  • Tobias Crisp
  • Alexander Leighton
  • John Sedgwick
  • Richard Sedgwick
  • Julines Herring
  • George Philips
  • Calibute Downing
  • John Downham
  • Thomas Foxley
  • Lawrence Snelling
  • George Huntley
  • Mr. Leigh
  • Henry Scudder
  • Lawrence Clarkson

Product Details

  • Title: The Lives of the Puritans, vol. 2
  • Author: Benjamin Brook
  • Series: The Lives of the Puritans
  • Publisher: Printed for James Black
  • Publication Date: 1813
  • Pages: 531

About Benjamin Brook

Benjamin Brook (1776–1848) was born in Nether Thong, England and was a nonconformist divine and historian. He began attending Rotherham College in 1797 as a ministry student and became first pastor of the congregational church at Tutbury, Staffordshire in 1801. He continued his ministry there until 1830, when he turned his focus to writing. He was also a member of the Springhill College educational board.

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