Author: Edward Reynoldes
Edward Reynolds (1599-1676) was the Rector of Braynton,
Northamptonshire. At the onset of the civil war he was a moderate
Anglican but joined the Presbyterian party in 1642. He was
a member of the Westminster Assembly (1643) and he was one
of the committee of twenty-two formed to examine and approve
ministers. In 1648 he became Dean of Christ Church and vice-chancellor
of the University of Oxford. He refused the Engagement (1651)
and was ejected from his deanery; he was then restored to
it in 1659. In the year 1660 he became chaplain to Charles
II. In the same year he was elected warden of Merton College.
In 1661 he was made bishop of Norwich. He published many works
including sermons and theological treatises.
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