Deutschmann, Johann a German Protestant theologian, was born at Juterbogk, August 10, 1625. He studied and received his degrees at Wittenberg. In 1652 he was appointed assistant of the faculty of philosophy; in 1665 travelled through Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands; in 1657 was appointed privatdocenit; and in 1662 professor extraordinary. This theologian loved particularly to dispute, and had, says Jocher, his head full of odd notions, especially on the identity of the religion of Adam with that of the Lutherans. He died August 12, 1706, leaving an immense number of publications, of which the principal are, De Libris Scripturae Apogryphis (Wittenberg, 1682): — De Petra ad Matthew 16:18: — Biblicum Abelis Theologiae Compendium (ibid. 1709): — Panoplia Conversionis Augustance (ibid. eod.): — Analysis et Exegesis Compendii Hutteni (ibid.
eod.): — Theologia Positiva Adami Protoplasti (ibid. eod.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.