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Morgan, Thomas

(1680–1743). Eng. deist of Welsh descent; pastor of a Presb. ch. Marlborough, Wiltshire, 1716; became Arian; dismissed; practiced med. in Bristol; took up literary work in London; rejected Judaism as nat. religion; held that Christianity must be purged of all Jewish elements. Works include The Moral Philosopher.

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