See also:president of Corpus Christi
See also:Oxford, and dean of
See also:Peterborough, was
See also:born at Wittonle-
See also:Wear, Durham, and educated at Oxford . He became a probationer
See also:fellow of Corpus in 16o6, and was soon afterwards elected
See also:vice-president . In 1623 he was presented to the living of St
See also:Nicholas, Newcastle, and about 1625 to the living of Winston, Durham . Five years later he was appointed president of Corpus, and in 1632 the
See also:king presented him to the living of
See also:Oxfordshire . He was made a prebendary of Winchester in 1635, and was dean of Peterborough in 1635–1639 . Although Originally a Calvinist, he became in later
See also:life an Arminian . Creed, the first
See also:complete edition being entitled The
See also:Works of
See also:Jackson, D.D . (
See also:London, 1673) . The commentaries were, however, originally published in 1613-1657, as twelve books with different titles, the first being The Eternal Truth of Scriptures (London, 1613) .
MASON JACKSON (c. 1820-1903)
THOMAS JONATHAN JACKSON (1824-1863)
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