Kromayer, John

Kromayer, John, a German theologian, was born at Dobelen, in Misnia, in 1576, and was educated at the University of Leipzic. In 1600 he was made deacon, and some time after was appointed pastor at Eisleben, and later pastor at Weimar. He died in 1643, after having a short time previously been honored with the general superintendency of the churches of the duchy of Weimar. John Kromayer wrote Harnmonia Evanigelistarums : — Historice Ecclesiastic Compendium: — Specinen ontiunm Scripturae Sacrce apertorum, etc.: — Examen Libri Christiance Concordice:-a Paraphrase on the Prophecy and Lamentations of Jeremiah: this is held in high estimation, and is in the Bible of Weimar:-Exposition of the Epistles

and Gospels throughout the Year (4to); and Sermons.-Hook, Eccles. Diet. 6:502.

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