Weidner, Johann Joachim

Weidner, Johann Joachim a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born Aug. 11, 1672, at Rostock. He studied at different universities, and in 1699 he was appointed deacon at St. Mary's in his native place. In 1706 he received the degree of D.D., in 1716 was appointed professor of theology, and in 1721 senior of the theological faculty, and died Oct. 17, 1732. He was a voluminous writer. Of his works we mention: Disputt. IX contra Reformatos, quod non Conveniunt cuem Lutheranis in Plurimis Articulis Fidei: — Dissertationes Tres de Gratia Dei Universali non Particulari: — Christus ex Bibliis ὁμοούσιος: — De Formta S. Caence in Consecratione et cum eadem Conjuncta Sacramental Manducatione et Bibitione: — Miraculum Murorum Hierichuntis Cadentium: Christus Resurgens Victor, etc. See Seelen, Athenae Lubecenses; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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