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Hutter, Leonhard

(Leonard Hütter; Hutterus; 1563–1616). B. Nellingen, near Ulm, Ger.; educ. Strasbourg, Leipzig, Heidelberg, and Jena; prof. Wittenberg 1596; champion of Luth. orthodoxy (see Lutheran Theology After 1580); called redonatus Lutherus (Lat. “Luther given back”), by anagrammatic rearrangement of the letters in Leonardus Hutterus. Works include Compendium locorum theologicorum; Concordia concors (reply to R. Hospinian,* Concordia discors).


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