John Howe (17 May 1630 – 2 April 1705) was an English Puritan theologian. He served briefly as chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. Howe was born at Loughborough.
John Howe (17 May 1630 – 2 April 1705) was an English Puritan theologian. At the age of five he went to Ireland with his father, who had been ejected from his living by William Laud, but returned to England in 1641 and settled with his father in Lancaster. He studied at Christ's College, Cambridge, and at Magdalen College, Oxford (. 1652), where for a time he was fellow and college chaplain.
Howe, John, 1630-1705; Rogers, Henry, 1806-1877. The blessedness of the righteous; The vanity of this mortal life; and Man's creation in a holy but mutable state. 2. A treatise of delighting in God; The Redeemer's tears wept over lost souls; and The Redeemer's dominion over the invisible world. 3. The living temple; or, A designed improvement of that. notion, that a good man is the temple of Go. v. 4. Containing the discourses: On self-dedication, and On "yielding ourselves unto Go. On thoughtfullness for the morrow; and The desire of foreknowing things to come.
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John Howe bears the hall-mark of greatness. Whatever else might be said of him at this distance, there is no question but that he stands among the worthies of the seventeenth century. Few Puritans, if any, combined his personal catholicity with his philosophical background, which, in turn, was subsumed into a life of such holiness and beauty that Spademan celled him an "inviting example of universal goodness. If Howe has just claim to greatness, it is inseparable from his goodness
HOWE, JOHN (1630–1705), ejected divine, son of John and Anne How, was born at Loughborough, Leicestershire, on 17 May 1630, and baptised at the parish church on 23 May.
HOWE, JOHN (1630–1705), ejected divine, son of John and Anne How, was born at Loughborough, Leicestershire, on 17 May 1630, and baptised at the parish church on 23 May. John How, the father (brother of Obadiah Howe, . formerly a pupil of Francis Higginson, was usher (1627-32) of the school supported by Burton's charity, and curate (1628-34) to John Browne, rector of Loughborough.
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