Thomas Cooper was a Methodist preacher as a young man. His radical politics as a Chartist led to a time of prison. He became a leading, popular, freethinking lecturer who was particularly influenced by D. F. Strauss’s Leben Jesu/Life of Jesus. As a reconvert, he lectured and wrote in the field of Christian apologetics.
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