John Flavel
b. 1627 – d. 1691 • Author • Presbyterian • Puritan
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Flavel, John
Flavel, John (1627–1691)The “seaman’s preacher.” Flavel studied at Oxford and was presbyterially ordained at Salisbury (1650). He was elected pastor of the port city of Dartmouth according to the order of the Church of England during the Commonwealth (1656). With the restoration of episcopacy (1662),
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Flavel, John
Flavel, John (c. 1630–1691)Flavel was a Presbyterian minister and theologian. Born at Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, around 1630, the first child to the Reverend Richard Flavel, a Puritan minister, he was educated in a local grammar school and at an early age went to Oxford as a student at University College,
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Flavel, John
Flavel, John (c. 1630–1691)Presbyterian minister and evangelical authorBorn at Bromsgrove near Birmingham, England, Flavel was educated at University College, Oxford University. In 1650 he was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry at Diptford, a parish on the Avon in Devonshire, as assistant to a senior