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Hunnius, Nikolaus

(Nicolaus; 1585–1643). Son of A. Hunnius*; b. Marburg, Ger.; educ. Wittenberg; instructor philos. and theol. Wittenberg 1609; supt. Eilenburg 1612–17; prof. Wittenberg 1617–23; pastor Lübeck 1623, supt. 1624. Defended orthodox Lutheranism against Calvinism and RCm Works include Epitome credendorum, 1625, repr. 1844 in a slightly rev. ed. for the Neuendettelsau sem. for missionaries to Am.; tr. into Eng. by Paul Edward Gottheil and pub. 1847, with a preface by J. K. W. Löhe,* for Ger. Luth. settlers in N. Am.


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