Goad Thomas, Dd

Goad Thomas, D.D., a learned English divine, was elected to Kitg's College, Cambridge, in 1592. He became rector of Milton, Cambridgeshire, and afterwards, successively, prebendary of Winchester and Canterbury, precentor of St. Paul's, rector of Notleya, Essex, and of Hadleay, Suffolk. He died in 1638. He was one of the deputies to the Synod of Dort in 1618 as a Calvinist, but he afterwards altered his opinions. His principal works are, A Disputation concerning the Contingency of Events ins respect of God's eternal Decrees

(to be found in the Cambridge Tracts and in Womack, Result of False Principals). — Darling, Cycl. Bibliographica, 1:1276.

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