Beringer, Joachim a Protestant German theologian, lived in the early half of the 17th century. He took the name of Ursinus, and called himself also Salmuth, the name of his father. His principal works are, Speculum Jesuiticum, Pontificum Romanorum erga Impesratores Germanicos Perfidiam, Insolentiam ac Tyranidem Reprcesenians (Hamburg, 1608): — Jesuitici Templi Stupenda: — De Idololatrica Invocatione et Salutatione Angelica: — Idea Pii Principis in Ecclesice Reformatione (ibid. 1612): — Apologia pro Christianis. Gallis Religionis Reformatoe (Geneva, 1598). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.