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Rev. Samuel Hopkins

Rev. Samuel Hopkins

(1721-1803) ~ Inducted 1999

Reverend Samuel Hopkins, 1721-1803, of Newport, was a Congregational theologian and reformer. As pastor of Newport's First Congregational Church Hopkins preached his doctrine of "disinterested benevolence" which led him to embrace the antislavery cause. His impact on 19th-century abolitionist thought was significant.


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