Graver, Albert

Graver, Albert a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born April 3, 1575. He studied at different universities, was professor of theology at Jena, general superintendent at Weimar, and died November 30, 1617, leaving Praelectiones in August. Confessionem: — Harmonia Praecipuorum

Calvinianorum et Photinianorum: — Expositio Prophetae Michae: — Bellum Jesu Christi et Joannis Calvini: — De Deo in Carne Manifestato: — De Errore circa Doctrinam de Satisfactione Christi pro Peccatis: De Creatione et Angelis: — De Anti-Christo Romano. On account of his controversies with the Calvinists, Graver was styled clypeus and gladius Lutheranismi. See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:352; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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