Jeremiah White (1629–1707), was a 17th-century Nonconformist minister and Puritan chaplain to Oliver Cromwell. During his years as a student at the University of Cambridge he came to the conviction that Arminianism was false. White defended the doctrines of predestination, election and rebrobation, but these were understood in such a way, that the sanctification and salvation of the elect will be to the benefit of the reprobate, leading to the final happiness of all human beings.
Jeremiah White’s The restoration of all things: or, A vindication of the goodness and grace of God to be manifested at last, in the recovery of His whole creation out of their fall
was published posthumously in 1712. The book also shows influences of Cambridge Platonism.