Author: Constantijn L'Empereur
Constantin L'Empereur was born in Bremen, in July of
1591. His father, Antonius Cæsar, driven from his native
country by religious persecution, went to Holland. Constantin
graduated in 1619, and in the same year became Professor of
Theology and Oriental languages at the University of Harderwijk.
In 1627 he was called to the University of Leyden, where a
chair of Christian polemics had been established under the
title "controversarium Judaicarum professor." He
published several books including the book below based on
the Talmud. He died on July 1, 1648 in Leide.
Book: Digitized by Google.
The Divine name is used on page 80 and page 172.