Reuter, Quirinus

Reuter, Quirinus a German scholar, pupil and successor of Zach. Ursinus, was born at Mosbach, September 27, 1558. He studied at Heidelberg. In 1578 he went to Neustadt, where his former teachers lectured at the newly-founded academy. In 1580 Reuter went to Breslau as private tutor; but returned to Neustadt in 1583. In 1590 he was again at Heidelberg, became in 1601 doctor of theology, in 1602 professor of Old Test. theology, and died March 22, 1613. Of his writings we mention, Censura Catecheseos Heidelbergensis: Diatriba de Ubiquitate: Tractatus de Ecclesia: Aphorismi Theologici de Vera Reliqione: Dissertatio de δικαιώματι Legis in Chrisfo et Chrisfianis ad Romans 8: Commentarius in Obadiam Prophetam una cum Illustriorum Quorundam de Messiae

Persona et Officio Vaticiniorum Explicatione, etc. See Freher, Theatrum Vivorum Clariss.; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; Iselin, Historisches Universal-Lexikon, s.v.; Plitt-Herzog, Real-Encyklop. s.v. (B.P.)

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