William Perkins

(1558—1602) theologian and Church of England clergyman

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Puritan theologian. He became prominent in the university at Cambridge as a vigorous anti-Roman theologian and supporter of Puritan principles. His writings were held in high repute throughout the 17th cent. by theologians of Calvinist sympathies.

Subjects: Philosophy — Literature.

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