Hieronymus Dungersheim

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Hieronymus Dungersheim or Dungersheym von Ochsenfart[1](1465, Ochsenfurt – 1540) was a German Catholic theologian and controversialist (skeptic). A professor of the University of Leipzig, he was an early opponent of the Lutherans there.[2]

Works[edit]

  • De modo discendi et docendi ad populum sacra seu de modo prædicandi (1513)
  • Schriften Gegen Luther Theorismata Duodecim Contra Lutherum, Articuli Sive Libelli Triginta, modern edition by Theobald Freudenberger (1987) ISBN 978-3-402-03453-8 / ISBN 3-402-03453-0

References[edit]

  • Theobald Freudenberger (1988), Hieronymus Dungersheim von Ochsenfurt an Main, 1465-1540, Theologieprofessor in Leipzig: Leben und Schriften

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Hans Ochssenfart.
  2. ^ Catholic Encyclopedia[1]:Among the many scholars of the town who energetically opposed the new movement by word and writing, particular mention must be made of the Dominican Petrus Sylvius, Professor Dungersheim of the university, the Franciscan Augustin Alfeld, Hieronymus Emser, and later Cochlæus.

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