Richard Baxter's School (1629-1632)

This is where Baxter received his best education under John Owen (not the theologian of the same period). He says in his biography that the school was on the site of the Roman City. He reports that the rest of his education was fairly dreadful. Around the age of 14, in Wroxeter, he finally found a school with a good master and when he was 15 he read a book called ‘Bunny’s Resolution’ that ‘awakened his soul.’ He stayed at Wroxeter until he was 17

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