Boullier, David Reynold
Boullier, David Reynold, a Dutch Protestant theologian of French origin, was born at Utrecht, March 24, 1699. He was successively minister at Amsterdam and London, where he zealously brought his talents to bear in behalf of religion, which was attacked by new philosophies. He died at London, Dec. 23, 1759. Some of his principal works are, Essai Philosophique sur Asme des Bites (Amsterdam, 1727); to the second edition to which was added a Traite sur les Vrais Principes qi Servent de Fondeenzeit a la Certitude Morale (ibid. 173): — Lettres sur les Vrais Principes de la Religion, with La Defense des Pensees de Pascal against the criticism of Voltaire, etc. (1741). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen., s.v.