1673, Aug 101734, Apr 25
a German pietist theologian, alchemist and physician. Circa 1700 he turned to Hermetic studies and alchemy as a key to nature. Between 1700 and 1702 he engaged in a bitter dispute with the Reformed Court Preacher Conrad Broeske in Offenbach, with whom he shared millenarian hopes for soon-coming renewal in Christendom. Dippel's reputation as a controversial theologian earned him both defenders and enemies throughout all of Europe.
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