Cocceius (16031669)

Cocceius, or Koch, Johann, a Dutch divine, professor at Leyden; held that the Old Testament was a type or foreshadow of the New, and was the founder of the federal theology, or the doctrine that God entered into a threefold compact with man, first prior to the law, second under the law, and third under grace (16031669).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cocaine * Cocceji, Henry
Coanza
Coast Range
Cobbett, William
Cobbler Poet
Cobden, Richard
Cobentzell, Comte de
Coblenz
Coburg
Coburg
Cocaine
Cocceius
Cocceji, Henry
Cocceji, Samuel
Cochabamba
Cochin
Cochin-China
Cochlæus, Johann
Cochrane
Cock Lane Ghost
Cockaigne
Cockatrice

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