George Bullock (professor)
George Bullock (c. 1521-1572) was an English Roman Catholic theologian.
He graduated B.A. at St John's College, Cambridge in 1538, becoming a Fellow. In the reign of Edward VI he spent time in France, at Nevers Abbey. He was Master of St John's College, from 12 May 1554 to 20 July 1559.
He became Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity in 1556 and graduated D.D. in 1557. He was appointed vicar of St Sepulchre-without-Newgate in 1556, and later the same year rector of Great Munden. On the accession of Elizabeth I he was deprived of all his positions, since he refused to take the Oath of Supremacy.
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