Camphuysen, Theodor Raphelsz
Camphuysen, Theodor Raphelsz, a Dutch theologian, was born in 1586 at Gorkum. He was first a landscape painter, and rose to eminence in his art. Afterward, having devoted himself to theological studies, he became one of the leaders of the Socinians. He was expelled from his parish, Vleuten, and died at Doccum in 1627. He published Theologiseke Wercke (Amst. 1657, 8vo; 1672, 4to), and a rhymed translation of the Psalms in Dutch, 1680. A biography of Camphuysen was published by Kropman (Amsterdam, 1804). — Hoefer, Biog. Generale, 8:399.