Christian Cyclopedia

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Beyer, Hartmann

(1516–77). Educ. Wittenberg; pupil of Luther and Melanchthon; corresponded with Bugenhagen, Jonas, Brenz, and other prominent Luths.; called to Frankfurt, where he zealously opposed the Augsburg Interim and checked the advance of Calvinism. Wrote 2 works against RCm (under pseudonyms Sigismund Cephalus and Andreas Epitimius) and a mathematical treatise (De sphaera). Sermons preserved in MS

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