Calo, Johann Adam

Calo, Johann Adam a German Lutheran theologian, was born at Belgern, in Saxony. He pursued his studies at Wittenberg, where, having received his degrees in 1705, he became, in 1707, professor. In 1716 he was made deacon at Schlieben, and in 1733 at Schonewalde, where he remained until his death, which occurred in 1742. He wrote, Disp. de Chlodonceo M. Prino inter Francos rege Christiano (Wittemb. 1704):Disp. de Pseudo-apostolis veteri et recentiori Ecclesice Infensis (ibid. 1708): — Disp. quod Christus Formaliter et Syllogistice Disputaverit (ibid. eod.): — Renovatus Theologorum. Wittemberrensium Conzspectus (Wittemb. 1713). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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