Chillingworth, William (16021643)

Chillingworth, William, an able English controversial divine, who thought forcibly and wrote simply, born at Oxford; championed the cause of Protestantism against the claims of Popery in a long-famous work, “The Religion of Protestants the Safe Way to Salvation,” summing up his conclusion in the oft-quoted words, “The Bible, the Bible alone, is the religion of Protestants”; though a Protestant, he was not a Puritan or a man of narrow views, and he suffered at the hands of the Puritans as an adherent of the Royalist cause (16021643).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Chillingworth, William
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Chiltern Hills
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China
China, the Great Wall of
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