Samuel Bolton

Samuel Bolton Samuel Bolton (1606-1654) was the minister of three London parishes before becoming Master of Christ's College and later Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University. Bolton was sufficiently renowned in Puritan England as a scholar and divine, to be chosen as one of the Westminster Assembly of Divines which met in 1643 to introduce a second Reformation in English religion.

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True Christian Freedom

By: Samuel Bolton

Volume 10, Number 42 (October 12, 2008, to October 18, 2008)

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Topics: Salvation

The Moral Law

By: Samuel Bolton

Volume 10, Number 25 (June 15, 2008, to June 21, 2008)

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Topics: Pentateuch

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