Alard, Nicolaus Sr

Alard, Nicolaus Sr., a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born Dec. 17, 1644. He studied at Giessen and Helmstadt; was appointed in 1675 pastor at Tonningen; and promoted in 1679, by; the Kiel University, as doctor of theology on presenting a dissertation, De Christo Θεανθρώπῳ. In 1682 he was called as provost to Eyderstadt; four years later (in 1686) king Christian V appointed him general superintendent of Oldenburg. Alard died Oct. 3, 1699. He wrote, Idea Theologiae: — Tabule Grammaticam Ebroeam, Chronologiam, etc., Exhibentes: — Der verderbte Zustand der reformirten Kirche, etc. See Thiessen, Gelehrte Geschichte von Hamburg, 1, 6; Moller, Cimbria Litterata; Jocher, Ailgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

 
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