Flessa, Johann Adam

Flessa, Johann Adam a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born December 24, 1694. He studied at Altdorf, was in 1723 professor at the gymnasium in Bay-reuth, and in 1727 court-deacon to the margrave George Friedrich Carl. In 1741, he was called as professor of theology and director of the gymnasium at Altona, and died at Oldenburg, October 11, 1775. He wrote, De Beneficiorum Fundamento in Fenuturum, ex 1 Timothy 6:19 (Altdorf, 1716): — Disis. Theses Theologico-Ecclesiasticae (Bayreuth, 1731): — De Illo Paulino ὀρθοτομεῖν 2 Timothy 2:15 (ibid. 1733): — De Fatis

Babylonis θεοπνευστίας Prophetarum Testibus (Altona, 1748). See Doring, Die gelehten Theologen Deutschlands, 1:412 sq. (B.P.)

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