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Farmer Hugh

Farmer, Hugh, born at Shrewsbury in 1714, attained eminence as a Nonconformist divine, and preached for many years at Salters' Hall, holding a pastorate office at Walthamstow. He wrote several curious treatises on The Nature of Christ's Temptation, On Miracles, and On the Demoniacs of the New Testament, provoking much controversy by adopting a somewhat Rationalistic tone. Retiring from the ministry about 1780, he died in 1787.

“For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
Ephesians 2:10