Bechman, Fridemann

Bechman, Fridemann a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born July 26. 1628, at Elleben, in Thuringia. He studied at Jena, where he became professor of philosophy in 1656. In 1668 he was appointed professor of theology, taking at the same time his degree as doctor of divinity. He died March 9, 1703. He is the author of, Annotationes Uberiores in Compendium Theol. L. Hutteri (Leipsic, 1696): — Theologia Polemica (Jena, 1702): — Dissertatio de

Omnipresentia Dei Secundum Substantiam (ibid. 1688): — Theologia Conscientiaria, sive Tractatus de Casibus Conscientioe (ibid. 1692, 1705, 1713). See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. i, 296, 342, 417, 499; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten -Lexikons.v.; Pipping, Memoir Theologorum; Zeumer, Vitoe Professorum Jenesium. (B. P.)

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