Samuel Bolton expounds the nature of Christian liberty and then clearly sets the bounds of that liberty in answer to the following six questions:
"The True Bounds of Christian Freedom" is a clear, scriptural exposition of the place of the law in the life of the Christian. One of the few works currently available which show the danger of Antinomianism, while also avoiding legalism.
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Born in London in 1606, Samuel Bolton became a scholar and member of the Westminster Assembly. He was educated at Manchester School and Christ’s College, Cambridge (BA 1629; MA 1632). He ministered successively in three London parishes before becoming Master of Christ’s College in 1654, and later served as Vice-Chancellor of the University. He died in October 1654, after a long illness.