Heinrich Joseph Dominicus Denzinger

Theologian, born Liege, Belgium, 1819; died Würzburg, Germany, 1883. He taught theology at Würzburg from 1848, and was one of the pioneers of positive theology in Catholic Germany. His best-known work is his "Enchiridion," or handbook of the chief conciliar decrees, with a list of condemned propositions.

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