Paulus of Prague

Paulus Of Prague, originally named ELCHANAN BEN-MENACHEM; was born of Jewish parents about the year 1540, and embraced Christianity at Nuremberg in 1556. He died near the close of the 16th century. Paulus wrote, in Hebrew verse, a treatise on the Messiah according to the Jewish Kabbalah (Helmstadt, 1580; afterwards translated into Latin, Demonstratio cabbalistica, ibid. 1580): — Solida et perspicua demonstratio de SS. Trinitate, etc. (Leips. 1574): — Confessio fidei et testimonia Scripturae sacrae de resurrectione moartuorum, printed in the 2d edition of his Solida (ibid. 1576): — Symbolum apostolicun ex Vetere Testamento confirmatum (Wittenberg, 1580): — Jona quadrilinguis, the book of Jonah in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and German (Helmstadt, 1580). See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:229; 3:69; Wolf, Bibl. Hebr. 1:143, 964; 3:910; Saat auj Hoffnung (Erlangen, 1869-1870), 7:374; Fabricii Delectus argumentorum. et syllabus scriptorum (Hamburg, 1725), p. 581. (B. P.)

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