Sand, Christoph Von Den (Lat Sandius)
Sand, Christoph Von Den (Lat. Sandius), A German theologian, was born at Königsberg Oct. 12, 1644. On account of his Socinian sentiments, and unwillingness to participate in the Lutheran services, he was exiled, and went to Holland, where he spent the greater part of his life. In later years his religious views seem to have changed, as he became a firm Arminian. He died at Amsterdam Nov. 30, 1680. His principal works are: Nucleus Historioe Ecclesiasticoe, etc.: — Interpretationes Paradoxoe IV Evangeliorum: — Confession de Foy conformement a l'Escriture: — Scriptura Trinitatis Revelatrix: — Bibliotheca Anti-Trinitariorum. Sand also left a manuscript work, Auctuariun Operis Vossiani de Historicis Latinis, and two shorter ones which prove his Arminian sentiments.