Bentley's importance peaked in 1805. Never again would he assume such a public or intellectually significant role as he did between 1783 and 1805. Nor would he bridge the chasms separating him from his liberal peers and from his evangelical contemporaries. Although he remained the pastor of the East Church until his death in 1819, in every real sense of the word he died alone.
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