Matthew Barker (1619 in Great Cransley, Northamptonshire – 25 March 1698 in London) was an English Independent minister and parliamentarian, known for his work on natural theology and for his participation in English 17th-century politics.

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  • Matthew Barker (1619 in Great Cransley, Northamptonshire – 25 March 1698 in London) was an English Independent minister and parliamentarian, known for his work on natural theology and for his participation in English 17th-century politics. (en)
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  • Matthew Barker (1619 in Great Cransley, Northamptonshire – 25 March 1698 in London) was an English Independent minister and parliamentarian, known for his work on natural theology and for his participation in English 17th-century politics. (en)
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