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Taylor, Jeremy

(1613–67). “The Chrysostom of Eng.”; Angl. prelate; b. Cambridge, Eng.; educ. Cambridge; lectured at St. Paul's, London; renowned preacher; chaplain to W. Laud* and Charles* I (see Presbyterian Confessions, 1); after fall of Royalists, taught school in Wales; bp. Down and Connor 1661. Works include A Discourse of the Liberty of Prophesying; The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living; The Rule and Exercises of Holy Dying; A Course of Sermons for All the Sundays of the Year; The Golden Grove (devotions). See also Arminianism.

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