Johann Jacob Rambach (1693–1735).
Vindiciae satisfactionis Christi a frivolis accusationibus Catechismi Racoviensis.
Giessen: Eberhard Heinrich Lammers, 1734. (BRD0179)

Rambach entered the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Hal­le as a med­i­cal stu­dent in 1712, but his interests soon turned to theology and the study of the Hebrew Bible. He lectured at Jena in 1722, taught at Halle from 1723 to 1731, and then at Giessen until the time of his death. Rambach’s many publications include works on biblical interpretation, collections of sermons, more than three hundred hymn texts, and this critique of the controversial Racovian Catechism.

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