(Cornelius; Hoon; Honius; Honnius; d. 1524). Dutch theol.; b. probably Gouda, near Rotterdam. On basis of a treatise by J. Wessel* he developed theory that in the words of institution of the Lord's Supper is means signifies; this view found favor with H. Zwingli* and his followers (see also Grace, Means of, IV 3).
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