Husseyites the followers of Joseph Hussey, a learned but eccentric divine, formerly of Cambridge, who held the Antinomian views of Tobias Crisp (q.v.). He maintained also the pre-existence of Christ's human soul, or, rather, of a spiritual or glorious body, in which he appeared to Adam, Abraham, and others; this body being the image of God in which man was created.

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