Buttner, Christoph Andreas

Buttner, Christoph Andreas a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born Oct. 31,1706, at Nuremberg. He studied at Altorf, and for a time was professor of philosophy at Halle. In 1737 he was called to Stettin; and in 1754 as rector to Stralsund, where he died, Oct. 24,1774. He wrote, Disp. quafacta Qucedam Abrahami Secundum jus Naturce Considerantur (Altorf, 1727): — -Disp. qua

Judicium de non Existentia Diaboli Dijudicatur (ibid. 1734): — Disp. de Insufficientia Rationis ad Salutem (ibid. 1735) : — Cursus Theologice Revelatce (Stettin, 1746): — Accentuationis Hebrceae Introductio (ibid. 1747): — Hebrew Grammar (Halle, 1748) : — Ratio Chaldaismum Biblicum Formandi (Stettin, 1753). See Meusel, Gelehrtes Deutschland; Steinschneider, Bibliographisches Handbuch, p. 28; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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