Johannes Hoornbeek (4 November 1617, Haarlem – 23 August 1666, Leiden), was a Dutch Reformed theologian. He was a follower of Gisbertus Voetius, writing with him on spiritual desertion. He was a professor of theology at the University of Leiden and University of Utrecht.
Hoornbeck was a writer of polemical works. His many works include
- De Conversione Indorum et Gentilum, libri duo (on the conversion of native populations of Asia and America)
- Pro Convincendis, et Convertendis Judaeis, libri octo (on the conversion of the Jews)
He attacked the Socinians, Mennonites, the Remonstrants and Cartesians. A collection of his polemical writing was the Summa Controversiarum Religionis; Cum Infidelibus, Hæreticis, Schismaticis: Id Est, Gentilibus, Judæis, Muhammedanis; Papistis, Anabaptistis, Enthusiastis et Libertinis, Socinianis; Remonstrantibus, Lutheranis, Brouvnistis, Græcis of 1653.
- Hoornbeck, Hoornbeeck, Hornbeek
- "Johannes Hoornbeek" by Frans Hals [Selected Works]
- Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia page
- Hoornbeek/Hornbeck genealogy site
- Works by Johannes Hoornbeek at Post-Reformation Digital Library
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