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Capitoor Koepflin Wolfgang Fabricius

Capito, or Koepflin, Wolfgang Fabricius, was born of humble family at Hagenau, Alsace, in 1478, and became a minister of the Reformed Church, serving as Professor at Freiburg, and Pastor at Bruchsal, Basel, Mainz, and Strasburg. He took a leading part in the controversies of his day, and was deputed with Bucer to lay the Confession of Augsburg before the emperor. His attempts to reconcile the Lutherans and Zwinglians made him an object of suspicion to both. His works were chiefly on the Old Testament and the interpretation of prophecy. He died in 1541.