Botsac, Bartholomeus

Botsac, Bartholomeus a Lutheran theologian. of Germany, was born at Lubeck, Aug. 24, 1649. He studied at Giessen, where he was also made doctor of theology in 1682. In 1693 he was called to Copenhagen as pastor of St. Peter's; in 1702 he was made professor of theology and member of consistory, and died April 16, 1709. He wrote, Medulla Theologice Mooralis: — Comonitorium de Fugienido Papismo: — Theses de Clavibvus Petri ad Illustrandum Mt 16:19: — Von der Siinde wider den heiliqen Geist, in Predigten. See Moller, Cinzbria Litter afa; Seelen, Athence Lubecenses; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten — Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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