(Oekolampadius; Grecized from Ger. Huszgen, or Huschke, changed to Hausschein; 14821531). B. Weinsberg, Württemberg, Ger.; educ. Heidelberg; helped D. Erasmus* issue his ed. of the Gk. NT; influenced by M. Luther*; to Basel 1522; influenced by H. Zwingli*; held that there is a figure of speech in body and blood in the words of institution of the Lord's Supper; attended the Colloquy of Marburg 1529 (see Lutheran Confessions, A 2). Works include commentaries on OT prophets; translations of early ch. fathers. See also Reformed Confessions, A 5; Sickingen, Franz von; Switzerland, 2.
(170282). B. Göppingen, Ger.; educ. Tübingen; private tutor there 173138; pastor Hirsau 1738, Schnaitheim 1743, Walddorf 1746; dean Weinsberg 1752, Herrenberg 1759; prelate Murrhardt 1766. Pietist, mystic, alchemist, theosophist.
(April 25, 1929February 24, 1964). B. Davenport, Iowa; educ. Valparaiso (Indiana) U. and Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri Pastor St. Joseph, Michigan, 195559; prof. Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri, 195964. Wrote The Church of the Catacombs.
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