Muntinghe, Herman a Dutch theologian of some note, flourished as professor of theology at the University of Groningen near the opening of this century. He died April 24,1824. He was for some time pastor of the Reformed Church in Holland, but this is all we know of his personal history. As an author, however, he is well known by his Pars Theologiae Christianae Theoretica (Groning. 1801; 2d ed. 1818-22, 2 volumes, 8vo). The first volume contains a compendious system of theology; the second a succinct account of the leading controversies with regard to religious doctrine, with copious references in each to Dutch, German, and English writers. Of Dr. Muntinghe's other works, it may be sufficient to mention a Latin Outline of Church History, on the basis of Schrockh's Compendium, and a voluminous History of Mankind, to which frequent reference is made in his Theology.