Bucholtz, Andreas Henricus

Bucholtz, Andreas Henricus a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born November 25, 1607, at Schiningen. He studied at Wittenberg, was in 1632 co-rector in his native city, in 1634: at Rostock, in 1636 at Helmstadt, and in 1637 rector of the gymnasium at Lemgov. In 1639 he went to Rinteln, where he lectured on philosophy. In 1645 he was made professor of theology, and in 1647 he accepted a call to Brunswick. In 1663 he was appointed first court-

preacher and superintendent at Wolffenbuttel, and he died May 20, 1671. He wrote, Philosophia Practica: — Tractatus Theologicus de Ecclesiae Romanae Pontifici Subjectae Indulgentiis: Hans-Andachten, etc. See Witte, Memoriae Theologorum; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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