Historical Who is Who

BAXTER, Richard

1615 - 1691

A man who lived his conscience through the tensions of the English Civil War, of Christian theological and political understanding, and of the hierarchies in church and state. He declined promotions and endured imprisonment with minimal complaint. He wrote extensively to communicate his practical concerns and conviction of universal salvation. He sang his message too.



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