Nash, Michael a Wesleyan preacher noted as a writer on dogmatic theology, flourished near the close of last century. But little is known of his personal history. Of his works, however, several remain of value to this day. He wrote an able defence of the Christian truths against the attacks of modern infidelity in his Paine's Age of Reason measured by, the Standard of Truth (1794, 8vo). See Dict. of Living Authors (Lond. 1816, 8vo), s.v.