Jan Jacob Van Oosterzee - Encyclopedia

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JAN JACOB VAN OOSTERZEE (1817-1882), Dutch divine, was born at Rotterdam on the 1st of April 1817. After acting as pastor at Alkmaar and Rotterdam, in 1863 he was made professor of biblical and practical theology at the university of Utrecht. Oosterzee earned a reputation as a preacher, was editor of the Theolog. Jahrbiicher from 1845, wrote a number of noteworthy books on religious history, and published poems in Dutch (1882). He died on the 29th of July 1882.

A collected edition of Oosterzee's works was published in French, Muvres completes, in three volumes (1877-1880). His autobiography appeared in 1882.

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