William Huntington (February 2, 1745 - July 1, 1813) was an English preacher. He is said to have adhered to antinomianism and declared that a "moral law" was unnecessary. Huntington was a strict Calvinist who believed that some were destined to be saved and some were not. He was also convinced that he would be recognized as a true prophet on the Judgment Day. His unusual polemical style of preaching and writing made him popular, but throughout his life it caused conflicts with other preachers. He founded churches throughout England, many of which have survived, including the Bethlehem Chapel at Richmond on the Thames.
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William Hantington's books best known for such topics as утешение, ободрение, бедность, богатство, душепопечительство.