Moses Lowman

(1679—1752) nonconformist minister and writer

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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 Leiden University in 1698 and later studied at Utrecht under De Vries and Witsius. In 1710 he became assistant minister of the Presbyterian congregation at Clapham, London; he became sole minister in 1714 and remained there for the rest of his life. His funeral sermon was preached by Samuel Chandler.


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