Melchior, Johann

Melchior, Johann a Reformed theologian of Germany, was born in 1646. He studied at different universities; was in 1667 pastor at Frech, in the duchy of Julich, in 1672 at Kattekirchen, in 1677 at Dusseldorf, in 1682 doctor of theology, and died at Dillenburg, October 15, 1689. He wrote, Clavis Prophetica Cantici Canticoruum Salomonis: Conmmentarius in Prophetam Michceam: Parallelismus Locorum Veteris Testamenti in Novo Ci- tatorum: Analysis Epistolae ad Romanos: Explanatio Epistolae ad Colossenses: Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebraeos: Quaestiones in Apocalypsin: De Religione ejusque Natura et Principio contra Spinozam: De OEconomia Dei circa Gentes et Judaeos ex Parabola Lucae 15:11-32. Melchior's Latin writings were published at Franeker in 1706, with a biography written by Johann Heinrich Florinius. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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