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Isaac Ambrose (1604 - January 20, 1663/1664) was an English Puritan divine.As a religious writer Ambrose has a vividness and freshness of imagination possessed by scarcely any of the Puritan Nonconformists. Many who have no love for Puritan doctrine, nor sympathy with Puritan experience, have appreciated the pathos and beauty of his writings, and his Looking to Jesus long held its own in popular appreciation with the writings of John Bunyan.

Isaac Ambrose (1604 - January 20, 1663/1664) was an English Puritan divine.As a religious writer Ambrose has a vividness and freshness of imagination possessed by scarcely any of the Puritan Nonconformists. Many who have no love for Puritan doctrine, nor sympathy with Puritan experience, have appreciated the pathos and beauty of his writings, and his Looking to Jesus long held its own in popular appreciation with the writings of John Bunyan.

David Clarkson (1622 – 1686) was an English ejected minister. Clarkson obtained the perpetual curacy of Mortlake, Surrey, and held it till his ejection by the Uniformity Act 1662. After two decades of covert movement he became, in July 1682, colleague to John Owen as pastor of an independent church in London, and on Owen's death in the following year he succeeded him as sole pastor. He died rather suddenly on 14 June 1686, and his funeral sermon was preached by William Bates.

David Clarkson (1622 – 1686) was an English ejected minister. Clarkson obtained the perpetual curacy of Mortlake, Surrey, and held it till his ejection by the Uniformity Act 1662. After two decades of covert movement he became, in July 1682, colleague to John Owen as pastor of an independent church in London, and on Owen's death in the following year he succeeded him as sole pastor. He died rather suddenly on 14 June 1686, and his funeral sermon was preached by William Bates.

Puritan Preachers | Richard Steele (1629-1692) A preacher to help you stop your wandering thoughts in worship. The works of Richard Steele are: The Religious Tradesman. Originally titled “The Tradesman’s Calling” (1684). Glorifying God in the workplace and in your trade. A Remedy for Wandering Thoughts in the Worship of God, 1 Cor. 7:35  (This is a very popular work.)

Puritan Preachers | Richard Steele (1629-1692) A preacher to help you stop your wandering thoughts in worship. The works of Richard Steele are: The Religious Tradesman. Originally titled “The Tradesman’s Calling” (1684). Glorifying God in the workplace and in your trade. A Remedy for Wandering Thoughts in the Worship of God, 1 Cor. 7:35 (This is a very popular work.)

John Owen (1616 – 24 August 1683) was an English Nonconformist church leader, theologian, and academic administrator at the University of Oxford.

John Owen (1616 – 24 August 1683) was an English Nonconformist church leader, theologian, and academic administrator at the University of Oxford.

Ralph Venning (1622-1674) An English puritan and nonconformist minister of the Gospel, and deep devotional writer. He was the first convert of George Hughes, the puritan vicar of Tavistock. He held a lectureship at St Olave's Church in the parish of Southwark St Olave, where he had a great repute as a preacher of charity sermons. Of his style, John Edwards remarked in The Preacher (1705, i. 203): "He turns sentences up and down, and delights in little cadences and chiming of words."

Ralph Venning (1622-1674) An English puritan and nonconformist minister of the Gospel, and deep devotional writer. He was the first convert of George Hughes, the puritan vicar of Tavistock. He held a lectureship at St Olave's Church in the parish of Southwark St Olave, where he had a great repute as a preacher of charity sermons. Of his style, John Edwards remarked in The Preacher (1705, i. 203): "He turns sentences up and down, and delights in little cadences and chiming of words."

John Rogers (c. 1505 – 4 February 1555) was a clergyman, Bible translator and commentator, and the first English Protestant martyr under Mary I of England. A bust in his memory was erected at St John's Church, Deritend in 1853, by public subscription.

John Rogers (c. 1505 – 4 February 1555) was a clergyman, Bible translator and commentator, and the first English Protestant martyr under Mary I of England. A bust in his memory was erected at St John's Church, Deritend in 1853, by public subscription.

Francis Turretin (1623 1687) was a Swiss-Italian Reformed scholastic theologian. He is especially known as an earnest defender of the Calvinistic orthodoxy represented by the Synod of Dort, and as one of the authors of the Helvetic Consensus, which defended the formulation of predestination from the Synod of Dort and the verbal inspiration of the Bible. Turretin greatly influenced the Puritans, but until recently, he was a mostly forgotten Protestant scholastic from the annals of church…

Francis Turretin (1623 1687) was a Swiss-Italian Reformed scholastic theologian. He is especially known as an earnest defender of the Calvinistic orthodoxy represented by the Synod of Dort, and as one of the authors of the Helvetic Consensus, which defended the formulation of predestination from the Synod of Dort and the verbal inspiration of the Bible. Turretin greatly influenced the Puritans, but until recently, he was a mostly forgotten Protestant scholastic from the annals of church…

Stephen Charnock (1628–1680), Puritan divine, was an English Puritan Presbyterian clergyman. His sermons were published mostly after his death; they reflect the characteristic Puritan divine's concern for central Gospel themes. His most important work was entitled Existence and Attributes of God.

Stephen Charnock (1628–1680), Puritan divine, was an English Puritan Presbyterian clergyman. His sermons were published mostly after his death; they reflect the characteristic Puritan divine's concern for central Gospel themes. His most important work was entitled Existence and Attributes of God.

Richard Baxter (12 November 1615 – 8 December 1691) was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian, and controversialist. Baxter became even better known for his prolific writing. His devotional classic The Saints' Everlasting Rest was one of the most widely read books of the century.

Richard Baxter (12 November 1615 – 8 December 1691) was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian, and controversialist. Baxter became even better known for his prolific writing. His devotional classic The Saints' Everlasting Rest was one of the most widely read books of the century.

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