Balduin, Friedrich

Balduin, Friedrich a Lutheran doctor and professor of theology in Germany, was born at Dresden, Nov. 17, 1575. He studied at Wittenberg, and attended, in 1601, the Conference at Ratisbon. In 1602 he was appointed deacon at Freiburg, in 1603 superintendent at Oelsnitz, and in 1604 professor of theology at Wittenberg, taking, at the same time, the degree of doctor of theology. In 1607 he was appointed superintenident at Wittenberg, and in the same year assesssor of the consistory. He died March 1, 1627. He wrote, Comment. in Prophet. Hag., Zachar., et Malachiam? (published in Schmidii Comment. in Prophet. Minores [ Leipiic, 1698]): — Comment. in Omnes Epistolas Paullinas (Frankfort, 1644 a. o.): — De Communione sub utraque Specie (Wittenberg, 1610): — Tractatus de Casibus Conscientice (ibid. 1628): — Comment. ad Edicta Veterum Principum Romanorum de Christianis (Halle, 1627): — Hist. Carthaginens. Collationis, seu Disputationis de Ecclesia olim Habitsc inter Catholicos et Donatistas, etc. See Witte, Memorine Theoloqorum; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. (index). (B. P.)

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