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The Lives of the Puritans, Volume 3

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.

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 Dod
  • Thomas Lydist
  • William Twisse
  • Jeremiah Burroughs
  • Francis Cornwell
  • Thomas Collier
  • Philip Tandy
  • Thomas Moore
  • John Durance
  • John Batchelor
  • John Greene
  • John Price
  • Mr. Symonds
  • Joseph Symonds
  • Henry Burton
  • Henry Wilkinson
  • Thomas Coleman
  • Ephraim Paget
  • Thomas Hooker
  • John Saltmarsh
  • Herbert Palmer
  • Robert Balsom
  • Thomas Edwards
  • John White
  • Peter Smart
  • Richard Blackerby
  • Thomas Temple
  • John Wilkinson
  • John Geree
  • Thomas Shepard
  • Samuel Crook
  • Francis Woodcock
  • Edward Symonds
  • Andrew Wyke
  • Henry Tozer
  • Christopher Love
  • Peter Saxton
  • George Walker
  • John Vicars
  • Patrick Young
  • Daniel Rogers
  • John Cotton
  • William Lyford
  • John Lathorp
  • William Gouge
  • Thomas Hill
  • Thomas Wilson
  • Nathaniel Ward
  • Robert Abbot
  • John Spilsbury
  • Cuthbert Syndenham
  • William Erbery
  • Jeremiah Whitaker
  • William Strong
  • Thomas Gataker, jun.
  • Samuel Bolton
  • John Murcot
  • Joshua Hoyle
  • Andrew Perne
  • Alexander Gross
  • John Graile
  • Richard Vines
  • Hugh Robinson
  • John Angel
  • Ralph Robinson
  • Nathaniel Rogers
  • Jerom Turner
  • Stephen Marshall
  • Timothy Armitage
  • Giles Workman
  • Thomas Young
  • John Pendarves
  • John Gifford
  • Richard Capel
  • James Noyes
  • Edward Bright
  • Robert Peck
  • Stephen Geree

Addenda to Volume 3:

  • Edward Corbet
  • James Cranford
  • Thomas Blake
  • John Janeway
  • John Langley
  • John Gumbleden
  • John Frost
  • Hugh Evans
  • Obadiah Sedgwick
  • William Sandbrooke
  • John Beverly
  • William Carter
  • John Harris
  • Thomas Goodwin
  • Robert Harris
  • Christopher Feake
  • Ralph Partridge
  • Sydrack Sympson
  • Robert Dingley
  • John Arrowsmith
  • Peter Bulkly
  • Samuel Jacomb
  • Thomas Cawton
  • Henry Dunster
  • Charles Herle
  • John Rogers
  • Morgan Lloyd
  • Edward Barber
  • John Canue
  • Ezekiel Rogers
  • William Styles
  • Peter Sterry
  • Edwurd Gee
  • Hugh Peters
  • John Dury
  • Henry Whitfield
  • Adoniram Byfield
  • Constantine Jessop
  • Henry Denne
  • Francis Taylor
  • Evan Bowen
  • Walter Cradock
  • William Jeffery
  • Christopher Blackwood
  • William Taylor
  • John James
  • Praise-God Barebone
  • John Ley
  • John Simpson
  • John Biddle
  • Benjamin Cox
  • John Newton
  • Samuel Newman
  • Samuel Stone
  • Thomas Patient
  • William Thomas
  • Samuel Oates
  • John Wilson
  • Abraham Cheare
  • Richard Mather
  • Zechariah Symes
  • John Davenport
  • Charles Chauncey
  • John Allen
  • Thomas Grantham
  • Thomas Lamb
  • Oliver Bowles
  • John Fisk
  • Thomas Parker
  • Peter Hobart
  • Samuel Whiting
  • John Wheelwright
  • Roger Williams
  • John Sherman
  • Thomas Cobbet
  • John Elliot
  • Hanserd Knollys
  • John Ward
  • Mr. Allen
  • Mr. Broklesby
  • Mr. Evans
  • Mr. Fits
  • Hugh Boothe
  • Thomas Greshop
  • James Rosier
  • Dr. Penny
  • Mr. Sparrow
  • Mr. Walsh
  • Mr. Fulwer
  • Mr. Lowth
  • John Brown
  • David Thickpenny
  • Edward Chapman
  • Ralph Lever
  • William Drewet
  • John Nash
  • Mr. Evans
  • Richard Prowd
  • John Hooke
  • Joseph Nicholls
  • John Harrison
  • William Fleming
  • James Goswell
  • John Hopkins
  • Thomas Farrar
  • John Oxenbridge
  • Mr. Harsnet
  • Nicholas Williamson
  • Mr. Gibson
  • Mr. Horrocks
  • Sampson Sheffield
  • Richard Gardiner
  • Mr. Kendal
  • Ezekiel Culverwell
  • Mr. Bernhere
  • George Newton
  • John Allison
  • William Bourne
  • William Smythurst
  • Mr. Aderster
  • Mr. B. Bridger
  • Thomas Newhouse
  • Thomas Edmunds
  • Stephen Goughe
  • Robert Cleaver
  • Robert Mandevill
  • John Wilkinson
  • John Morton
  • Mr. Hubbard
  • John Yates
  • John Frewen
  • Francis Bright
  • Mr. Udney
  • Samuel Blacklock
  • Mr. Bradstreet
  • Mr. Crowder
  • Samuel Skelton
  • Humphrey Barnet
  • Mr. Brodet
  • Richard Denton
  • John Vincent
  • John Trask
  • Adam Blackman
  • Thomas Warren
  • William Herrington
  • Nicholas Beard
  • William Green
  • William Powell
  • William Kent
  • Mr. Davenish
  • Mr. Barret
  • Mr. Salisbury
  • Mr. Jeffryes
  • Henry Page
  • Ralph Smith
  • Ephraim Hewet
  • Dr. Jenningson
  • John Jemmet
  • John Stoughton
  • Mr. Burchell
  • Thomas Scott
  • William Madstard
  • Mr. Cooper
  • Edmund Small
  • Mr. Smith
  • John Spencer
  • Hannibal Gammon
  • Mr. Wainwright
  • John Sims
  • John Foxcroft
  • Ralph Marsden
  • Nicholas Darton
  • Henry Roborough
  • Abraham Peirson
  • Howel Vaughan
  • Robert Booth
  • Walter Rosewell
  • Thomas Ball
  • Stanley Gower
  • Henry Flint
  • James Sicklemore

Product Details

  • Title: The Lives of the Puritans, Volume 3
  • Author: Benjamin Brook
  • Series: The Lives of the Puritans
  • Publisher: Printed for James Black
  • Publication Date: 1813
  • Pages: 1597

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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