Polanus, Amandus

Polanus, Amandus a Swiss theologian, was born at Oppeln, Silesia, in 1561, and died at Basle in 1610, professor of theology and Old-Test. exegesis. Polanus was one of the ornanents of the Basle University, and wrote, Analysis l'Malachiae (Basle, 1597): — Commentarius in Danielem (1593): — Analysis Hoseae (1601): — Commentarius in Ezechielem (1607): — Exegesis Aliquot Vaticiniorum Veteris Testamenti de Christi Nativitate, Passione et Morte,

Resurrectione et Adscensu in Celo (1608): — De AEterna Dei Praedestinatione (1600): — Symphonia Catholica (1607): — Theses Bellarminio potissimum Oppositae (published after Polanus's death by J.G. Grosse, 1613): — Institutiones de Concionum Sacrarum Methodo (1604): — Syntagma Theologiae Christianae (1612). See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v.; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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