Clotz, Stephan

Clotz, Stephan, a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Lippe, Sept. 13,1606. He studied at different universities, was in 1020 archdiaconus of St. James at Restock, in 1632 professor, and in 1633 doctor of theology there. In 1636 he was appointed general superintendent of Schleswig and Holstein; in 1639 provost and pastor at Flensburg, and died in 1668. He wrote; Pneumatica, sive Theologia Naturalis: — Tractatus de Angelolatria: — De Sudore Christi Sanguineo et Tristitia artque Cruciatibus Animae Ejus: — De Satisfactione Christi: — De Baptismo: — Historia Magorum: — Commentaria et Anntationes in Epistolas Pauli: — De Auctoritate et Perfectione Scripturae Sacrae, etc. See Moller, Cimbria Litterata ; Jocher. Allgemeines Gelehrten. Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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