Feuerlein a name common to several Lutheran theologians, viz.:

1. CONRAD, was born November 29, 1629, in Franconia, studied at different universities, and died at Nuremberg, May 29, 1704. His publications are mostly sermons.

2. CONRAD FRIEDRICH, son of Friedrich, was born at Nuremberg, July 15, 1694, and died there August 22, 1742.

3. FRIEDRICH, brother of Johann Conrad, was born at Nuremberg, January 10, 1664, and died there December 14, 1716.

4. JACOB WILHELM, son of Johann Conrad, was born at Nuremberg, March 23, 1689. He studied at various universities; was in 1715 professor at Altdorf, in 1736 at Gbttingen, and died there May 10, 1776. He wrote, De Dubitatione Cartesiana Perniciosa (Jena, 1711): — An Existentia Dei sit Veritas In demonstrabilis (Altdorf, 1717): — Philosophemata Potiocra Recognitionum Clementi Romano Falso Attributarum (ibid. 1728): — De Scriba Evangelico, ad Math. 13:52 (ibid. 1730): — De Libero Arbitrio (ibid. eod.): — De Historia August. Confessionis (ibid. 1731): — De Axiomate, ex Nihilo Nihil Fit (ibid. 1732): — De Voce ברא (ibid. 1733): — De Christo, Novo Legislatore (ibid. 1739): — De Jejunio Antepaschali (ibid. 1741): — Bibliotheca Symbolica Evangelica Lutherana (Gottingen, 1752). This is only a partial list of his many writings, the titles of which occupy five and a half columns in Jocher. See Gittens, Gelehrtes Europa, 2, 3; Beitrage zur Historie der Gelahrtheit unserer Zeiten, 5; Moser and Neubauer, Jetztlebende Theologen; Wills, Nurnberger Gelehrten-Lexikon; Pitter, Gel. Geschichte von Gottingen, page 115; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:317, 339, 456, 598, 602, 842, 861, 889.

5. JOHANN CONRAD; son of Conrad, was born January 5, 1650, and died superintendent at Nordlingen, March 3, 1718. His publications are mostly sermons.

6. JOHANN JACOB, son of Conrad, was born at Nuremberg, May 9, 1670, and died there May 30, 1716. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v.; and Supplement to Jocher, s.v. (B.P.)

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