Lowman, Moses (d. 1752)
LOWMAN, Moses, for upwards of 40 years dissenting minister of a congregation at Clapham, Surrey, was well skilled in Jewish history and antiquities. He died 1752, aged 72. He wrote a valuable book on Revelations—a tract, now scarce, proving mathematically the Unity and Perfection of God a priori—and after his death appeared his three treatises on the Shechinah and Logos.
1. A General Biographical Dictionary, Comprising a Summary Account of the Most Distinguished Persons of All Ages, Nations and Professions, 1843, page 581.
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