Bishop John Jewel, who in some respects personified early Anglicanism, sided with Wilson; also John Blaxton in The English Usurer, or Usury condemned by the most learned and famous Divines of the Church of England (1634).
"Stealing did not become lawful, merely because the sums stolen were small. God was no respecter of persons to condone, in those who financed the rich, conduct forbidden to those who lent to the poor. The direct results of a loan at moderate interest to a well-to-do merchant might seem harmless. But the merchant would pass it on in higher prices to the consumer, and in the end the whole commonwealth, including the poor, would suffer."