Pfeiffer, Joachim Ehrenfried

Pfeiffer, Joachim Ehrenfried a Lutheran theologian of Germany, and father of August Friedrich, was born at Giistrow, Pomerania, September 6, 1709. He studied at Rostock, and commenced there his academical career in 1737. In 1743 he accepted a call to Erlangcen as professor of theology, was made doctor of theology in the same year, and died October 18, 1787. He published, Diss. de Malo Morali, etc. (Jena, 1737): — De Lege Intetpretandi Prima et Fundamentali (1740): — Elementa Hermeneuticae Universalis (1743): — De Calore sub Nube Torrente, etc. (eod.): — Trinitas Personarum in Unitate Dei, etc. (eod.): — Messias θεάνθρωπος ad Jerem. 23:5, 6 (eod.): — Messias Satisfactor Hominum ex Ies. 53:4, 5, 6 (1744): — Processio Spiritus Sancti a Filio Dei ex Ies. 45:3 (1745): — Messias non Spiritus Saonctus sed Dei Patris Filius ex Psalm 2:7 (1751): — Lux Orta Populo in 7 Tenebris Sedenti ex Ies. 8:23 (1754): — Cognitio Justi Servi Dei Justifica ex Ies. 53:11 (1755): — Spes Ressurectionis apud Jobum 19:25, 26, 27 (1760-61), etc. See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v. (who gives sixty-seven titles of Pfeiffer's works); Furst, Bibl. Jud. 2:83 sq.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:105, 422, 425, 603. (B.P.)

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