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Article

Publication Date

January 1996

Abstract

Baxter was a controversial voice for church unionthroughout the religious turmoil of the Interregnum* and the Restoration*. A nonseparatingPuritan* who became a reluctant Dissenter*, he once labeled himself an"Episcopal-Presbyterian-Independent." Though he wrote unceasingly, he consideredhimself primarily a pastor and never accepted a position higher than curate orchaplain.

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