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John Taylor

(1694—1761) Presbyterian minister and tutor


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(1694–1761),

Dissenting minister. His Hebrew Concordance (1754–7) was designed to serve also the purposes of a lexicon and marked an advance in the study of Hebrew roots. His Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin (1740), which circulated widely in both America and Britain, undermined the foundations of the Calvinist system and helped to prepare the way for the Unitarian Movement in American Congregationalism.

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