Arend (or Arents)

Arend (or Arents)

Caius, a German theologian, was born in the Duchy of Holstein in 1614. In 1633 he went to the University of Rostock to study under Lauremberg; and the year following he was made professor of logic and metaphysics. In 1636 he went to Sweden as instructor of the young and as merchant. There he performed ministerial functions in several localities. During the Thirty Years' War he was often the victim of along series of hostilities, against which he opposed this maxim: " Patience devours the Devil." He died in 1691. He wrote, Goldhaus christlicher und von Gott gesegneter Ehefrauen (Glickstadt, 1666) :-Drei schone Amaranthen auf dem Sarg Dr. Christiani von Stocken (ibid. 1685). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

 
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