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In The Steps Of Voetius. Synchronic Contingency And The Significance Of Cornelis Elleboogius' Disputationes De Tetragrammato To The Analysis Of His Life And Work

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The life and thought of Cornelis Hendrikus Elleboogius has, unfortunately, been little examined. There is only one biographical study of Elleboogius: Egbert Neusbeen, Het Leven en Sterven van Cornelis Elleboogius, Predikant en Hoogleeraar in de Godgeleerdheid, published in 1842. Before the chapter addresses the specific issue of the Voetian and Cocceian elements of Elleboogius commentary on the Song of Songs, some brief account of his theology is necessary, particularly given the several ever so slightly problematic understandings that can be found both in van der Scheens work and in van Asselts.

Keywords: Cornelis Hendrikus Elleboogius; Disputationes De Tetragrammato



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