Chauncy, Isaac, an English Nonconformist divine (son of Charles Chauncy 1st [q.v.]), was one of the ministers ejected in 1662, and afterwards became pastor of a Congregational church at Andover. In 1687 he became pastor of the Independent Church in London, which had previously been Dr. John Owen's. In 1704 he retired from the ministry, and was professor of divinity for several years in the Dissenters' Academy in London. He died Feb. 28, 1712. Among his writings are, The Divine Institution of Congregational Churches: — The Doctrine according to Godliness (in catechetical form; Lond. 1737, 12mo): — Neonomianism unmasked (Lond. 1692). — Calamy, Nonconformists' Memorial, 2:517.