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THOMAS JACKSON (1579-1640)

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Originally appearing in Volume V15, Page 110 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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THOMAS JACKSON (1579-1640), president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and dean of Peterborough, was born at Wittonle-Wear, Durham, and educated at Oxford. He became a probationer fellow of Corpus in 16o6, and was soon afterwards elected vice-president. In 1623 he was presented to the living of St Nicholas, Newcastle, and about 1625 to the living of Winston, Durham. Five years later he was appointed president of Corpus, and in 1632 the king presented him to the living of Witney, 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 life an Arminian. Creed, the first complete edition being entitled The Works of Thomas Jackson, D.D. (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).
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