Kromayer, Jerome

Kromayer, Jerome a German Protestant divine, nephew of the succeeding, was born at Zeitz in 1610, and was educated at Leipzic, Wittenberg, and Jena. He was appointed professor at Leipzig in 1643, and in 1657 regular or ordinary professor of divinity. In 1660 he became minister at Zeitz, and in 1661 at Meissen. He died in 1670. He wrote largely; the most important of his works are: Commentaria in Epist. ad Galatas:-Comment. in Apocalypsin: — Historice Eccles. Centuric X VI: - Theologia Positivo-Polemica : - Loci Antisyncretistici:-Polymathia Theologicac:-some controversial tracts, dissertations, etc.-Hook, Eccles. Dict. 6:501.

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