Gratianus, Philip Christoph

Gratianus, Philip Christoph A German theologian, was born July 2, 1742, at Oberroth (in Limburg). He studied at the convents of Blaubeuren and Bebenhausen, in Wurtemberg, served afterwards in various ecclesiastical relations at Heilbronn (1767), at Neustadt (1773), at Offterdingen, and became in 1795 ecclesiastical superintendent and first pastor of the city of Weinsberg, where he died, January 7, 1799, leaving, De Harmonia Representationum Dei Realium (Tubingen, 1763): — De Memoralibus Justini Martyris, etc. (ibid. 1766): — Ursprung und Fortpflanzung des Christenthums in Europa (ibid. 1766): — Pflanzung des Christenthums in den aus den, Trummern des romischen Kaiserthums, etc. (Stuttgart, 1778): — Grundlehren der Religion (Lemgo, 1787). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.

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