A Calvinist lived name of Adams
He preached against all of the bad'uns.
With puns and with quips
That fell from his lips
He fed both the sheep and the lambs.
Thomas Adams (1583–1653) was an English clergyman and reputed preacher. He was called "The Shakespeare of the Puritans" by Robert Southey; while he was a Calvinist in theology, he is not, however, accurately described as a Puritan. He was for a time at Willington, Bedfordshire, and his works may later have been read by John Bunyan.
Adams, T. (1862). The Works of Thomas Adams. Edinburgh: James Nichol. The Works of Thomas Adams. 1862. Reprint, Eureka, Calif.: Tanski, 1998.