Bonfrère, Jacques


Bonfrère, Jacques
Bonfrère, Jacques
Biblical scholar, born at Dinant, Belgium, 12 April, 1573; died at Tournai, 9 May, 1642

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  • Jacques Bonfrère — (12 April 1573 – 9 May 1642) was a Roman Catholic Biblical scholar who was a leading commentator on the Old Testament.LifeBonfrère was born in Dinant, Belgium. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1592. After having taught rhetoric, philosophy, and …   Wikipedia

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