The fortunes of Jeremy Taylor rose and fell and rose again along with those of his patron Archbishop Laud (who was eventually beheaded) during the English Civil War and the Restoration. He was the author of “Holy Living” and “Holy Dying” (1651) and an advocate of religious toleration, in an era when there wasn’t much. John Wesley was a big fan of Taylor’s writing.

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