Konrad Pellikan (German: Conrad Kürsner; Latin: Conradus Pellicanus; sometimes anglicized as Conrad Pellican; January 8, 1478, Rouffach in Alsace – May 6, 1556, Zurich) was a German Protestant theologian, humanist, and Christian Hebraist who worked chiefly in Switzerland.
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... After the morning Bible lectures from Konrad Pellikan and Huldrych Zwingli, Jud would preach a sermon in German that afternoon which represented a synthesizing of the morning lectures ... In December 1535, Jud met with Konrad Pellikan, Theodor Bibliander (from Zurich) and Oswald Myconius and Simon Grynaeus (from Basle) to try and harmonize their theology ... scholars, such as Theodor Bibliander, Rudolf Gwalther, and Konrad Pellikan, picked up where Jud left off, and the Biblia Sacrosancta was published in 1543, one year after Jud’s ...
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