Ienæ, [Jena], Ex Officinia Donati Ritzenhaimi, Anno Christi, : M.D.LXVI.  1566
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Johann Stössel (1524-1576) German theologian. "After taking his degree at Wittenberg in 1549, he was called, as an anti-Philippist, to Weimar by Duke Joh. Frederick as Chaplain and in this capacity he took part with Maximilian Mörlin, court chaplain at Coburg, in introducing the Reformation in the margravate of Baden-Durlach in 1556, vigorously opposing everything divergent from strict Lutheranism. In the same spirit he opposed Melanchthon at the colloquy of Worms in the following year... in 1558 [he] took part, with Mörlin and Simon Musaeus, in the preparation of the Wei... View More...