Antonius or Anton, Paul

Antonius or Anton, Paul a German theologian, born at Hirschfeldt in 1661. He became professor at Halle, and was for many years the friend and colaborer of Francke (q.v.) in the revival of religion known as Pietism. He died at Halle in 1730. Among his writings are De sacrisprocessionibus gentiium (Leipzig, 1684, 4to): — Concilii Tridentini doctrina publica (Halle, 1697, 8vo, and often): — Elementa Homiletica (Halle, 1700, 8vo): — other writings of his are named in Walch, Bibliotheca, 2. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 2, 834.

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