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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Strong, William d. 1654

William Strong (died 1654) was an English clergyman and then pastor of an independent congregation, and member of the Westminster Assembly.

Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 55 - 1898 (see page 62)

Brook's "Lives of the Puritans, Volume 3 - 1813 (see page 196)

Not listed in Reid's "Memoirs of the Westminster Divines, Volume 2 - 1811


Strong was the author of:

  • Clavis Apocalyptica ad incudem revocata, London, 1653.
  • The Saints Communion with God, and Gods Communion with them in Ordinances, ed. Hering, London, 1656.
  • Heavenly Treasure, or Man's Chiefest Good, ed. Howe, London 1656.
  • Thirty-one Select Sermons, London, 1656.
  • A Treatise showing the Subordination of the Will of Man to the Will of God, ed. Rowe, London, 1657.
  • A Discourse on the Two Covenants, published by Theophilus Gale, London, 1678.

Strong also published several sermons, and wrote prefatory remarks to Robert Dingley's Spiritual Taste Described, London, 1649.

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