Franz, or Franzius Wolfgang

Franz, Or Franzius Wolfgang, as Lutheran theologiane, was born at Plauen, 1564. He became professor of history, and afterwards of theology, at Wittenberg, where he died October 26, 1628. Among his voluminous writings are Animalium historia Sacra (best ed. Frankfort, 1712, 4 volumes, 4to): —Tractatus theologicus de interpretatione S.S. (Wittenb. 2d edit. 1708, 4to): — Schola sacrificiorum patriarchalium sacra, asserting the orthodox doctrine of the atonement against the Socinians (Wittenb. 1654, 4to, and often).

 
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