Bayne (or Baynes), Paul

Bayne (Or Baynes), Paul an eminent English Puritan divine, was educated at Withersfield, in Essex, and at Christ College, Cambridge, of which he became fellow. Shortly after his graduation he was chosen lecturer of St. Andrew's Church, in which office he continued until silenced for certain opinionls advanced in his lectures. He died at Cambridge in 1617. He wrote, The Diocesan's Trial (1621): — A Commentary on the 1st and 2d Chapters of St. Paul to the Colossians; together.with Divers Places of Scripture Briefly Explained (Lond. 1634, 4to): — Help to True Happiness, Explaining the Fundamentals of Christian. Religion (3d ed. 1635): — A Commentary on Ephesians (1643), and some other works.

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