Aslac, Conrad, a learned Danish divine, born at Bergen, in Norway, in 1564, studied at Copenhagen, and in the years 1593-99 travelled through Germany, Switzerland, France, England, and Ireland. He returned to Copenhagen in 1600, and professed the Hebrew, Greek, and Latin languages,. and theology. He died in 1624, leaving among other works:
1. A Treatise on Election (Danish, Copenhagen, 1612, 8vo):
2. Physica et Ethica Mosaica (Hanau, 1613):
3. De Di. cendi et Disserendi Ratione, lib. iii (Copenhagen, 1612, 4to. This book is placed on the Roman Index):
4. De Christo vero Deo et Homine in una Indivisa Persona, etc. (Frankfort, 1620, 8vo):
5. De Statue Christi ante Incarnationem et in Incarnatione (Copenhagen, 1622, 4to):
6. Oratio de Statu Religionis in Dania, ab 1517 ad 1628 (Copenhagen, 1631, 4to):
7. De Religionis per Lutherum Plantatione in Daniam et Norvegiam (Copenhagen, 1620, 4to); besides many disputations, etc., on Free Will, Original Sin, the Creation, etc.