Cattenburgh, Adrien Van
Cattenburgh, Adrien Van, an Arminian or Remonstrant theologian, born at Rotterdam Nov. 2,1664, and filled the professorship of theology at Amsterdam for twenty-five years. He was intimately connected with Philip Limborch. He died in 1736, leaving
(1.) Spicilegium Theologiae Christianae Philippi a Limborch (Amst. 1726, 2 vols. fol.): —
(2.) Bibliotheca Scriptorum Remonstrantium (Amst. 1727, 8vo): —
(3.) Syntagma Sapientiae Mosaicae (ibid. 1737, 4to), against Atheists and Deists. He also wrote a life of Grotius in Dutch.Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 9:226.