Meyboom, Ludwig Tuson Petrus

Meyboom, Ludwig Tuson Petrus a Dutch theologian, was born at Emden, April 2, 1817. He studied at Groningen, where he also took his degree as doctor of theology. In 1854 he was called to Amsterdam, in spite of the protest of the orthodox party, and died November 13, 1874. Meyboom belonged to the so-called Groningen school, which believes in a personal God, the historic Christ, the immortality of the soul, and the incessant energy of the Holy Spirit in the Church. He published, De Ideis et Rebus in Facto Positis, in re Christiana apte Conjunctis (Groningen, 1840): — De Francisci Hemsterhusii Meritis

(ibid. eod.): — History of the Kingdom of God (1852-54, 3 volumes): — Life of Jesus (1854 sq.): — Pinciples of the Neo-Christian Tendency (2d ed. 1874). See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v.; Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 2:877. (B.P.)

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