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(1577-1635) was lecturer at Holy Trinity, Cambridge, 1610-1615; preacher at Gray's Inn, London, from 1616; and master of Catherine Hall, Cambridge, from 1626 until his death. An extraordinary preacher, he influenced a generation of students who became Puritan ministers.
His finest works, The Soul's Conflict and The Bruised
Reed (used by God in the conversion of Richard Baxter), are
included in the six-volume BOT set. Some sermons are available at the Table of Contents.
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