Felbinger, Jeremias

Felbinger, Jeremias a Socinian, who was born at Brieg, in Silesia, April 27, 1616, was for some time rector at Coslin in Pomerania, and afterwards chorister at the princely school in Stettin. On account of his Socinian tendencies he had to give up his position, and went to Holland, where he died in 1687. He wrote, Demonstrationes Christiance (1653): — Die Lehre von Gott, etc. (1654): — Epistola ad Christianos unum Altissimum Deum, Patrem, etc. (1672). He also translated into German the Confessio Fidei Christ. edita Nomine Ecclesiar. quae in Polonia unum Deum, Profitentur (1653): and made a translation of the New Test. from the Greek into German (Amsterdam, 1660). See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:169, 333, 419; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

 
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