18th-century German Protestant theologians

2017-07-30T01:13:34+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Johann Jakob Griesbach, August Hermann Niemeyer, Johann Georg Rosenmüller, Johann Gottfried Herder, Christian August Crusius, Johann Franz Buddeus, Karl David Ilgen, Friedrich Adolph Lampe, David Hollatz (dogmatician), Johann Albrecht Bengel, Johann Friedrich Cotta (theologian), Oluf Gerhard Tychsen, Gottlob Christian Storr, Albert Eichhorn, Johann Wolfgang Jäger, Karl Friedrich Bahrdt, Thomas Christian Tychsen, Johann Matthäus Hassencamp, Georg Christian Knapp, Johann Peter Berg, Christian Frederick Boerner, Johann Gerhard Meuschen, Christian Wilhelm Franz Walch, Johann August Nösselt, Johann Friedrich Schleusner, Johann Christoph Döderlein, Johann Christian Georg Bodenschatz, Georg Lorenz Bauer, Hermann Daniel Hermes, Johann Heinrich Ernesti, Johann Karl Christoph Nachtigal, Johann Jakob Schudt, Daniel Lorenz Salthenius, Johann Timotheus Hermes, Georg Christian Benedict Ackermann, Georg Caspari, Franz Volkmar Reinhard, Franz Anton Knittel, Peter Böhler, Heinrich Philipp Konrad Henke, Daniel Ernst Jablonski, Johann Georg Walch, Gottlieb Jakob Planck, Johann Georg Abicht, Wilhelm Abraham Teller, Friedrich Samuel Bock, Johann Friedrich Flatt, Johann Jakob Quandt, Jeremias Friedrich Reuß, Johann Benjamin Koppe, Ernst Friedrich von Ockel, Johann Ernst Immanuel Walch flashcards 18th-century German Protestant theologians
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  • Johann Jakob Griesbach
    Johann Jakob Griesbach (4 January 1745 – 24 March 1812), German biblical textual critic, was born at Butzbach, a small town in the state of Hesse-Darmstadt, where his father, Konrad Kaspar (1705–1777), was pastor.
  • August Hermann Niemeyer
    August Hermann Niemeyer (1 September 1754 in Halle (Saale) – 7 July 1828 in Magdeburg) was a German Protestant theologian, teacher, a librettist, a poet, a travel writer, a Protestant church song poet and a Prussian political educator.
  • Johann Georg Rosenmüller
    Johann Georg Rosenmüller (18 December 1736 – 14 March 1815), a German Protestant theologian, was born at Ummerstadt in Hildburghausen, on 18 December 1736.
  • Johann Gottfried Herder
    Johann Gottfried (after 1802: von) Herder (25 August 1744 – 18 December 1803) was a German philosopher, theologian, poet, and literary critic.
  • Christian August Crusius
    Christian August Crusius (10 January 1715, Leuna – 18 October 1775, Leipzig) was a German philosopher and Protestant theologian.
  • Johann Franz Buddeus
    Johann Franz Buddeus or Budde (sometimes Johannes Franciscus Buddeus) (25 June, 1667 – 19 November, 1729) German Lutheran theologian and philosopher; born at Anklam, Swedish Pomerania, where his father was pastor, died at Gotha.
  • Karl David Ilgen
    Karl David Ilgen (26 February 1763, born in Sehna, a village near Eckartsberga – 17 September 1834, Berlin) was a German Protestant Old Testament scholar and classical philologist.
  • Friedrich Adolph Lampe
    Friedrich Adolph Lampe (18 February 1683 – 8 December 1729) was a German Pietist pastor, theologian and professor of dogmatics.
  • David Hollatz (dogmatician)
    David Hollatz, Lutheran dogmatician; born at Wulkow, near Stargard (34 km ESE of Stettin), in Pomerania, 1648; died at Jakobshagen (24 km E of Stargard) 17 April 1713.
  • Johann Albrecht Bengel
    Johann Albrecht Bengel (24 June 1687 – 2 November 1752), also known as Bengelius, was a Lutheran pietist clergyman and Greek-language scholar known for his edition of the Greek New Testament and his commentaries on it.
  • Johann Friedrich Cotta (theologian)
    Johann Friedrich Cotta (12 March 1701 – 31 December 1779) was a German Lutheran theologian.
  • Oluf Gerhard Tychsen
    Oluf (Olaus) Gerhard Tychsen (December 14, 1734, Tønder, then Schleswig, now Denmark – December 30, 1815, Rostock, then Mecklenburg-Schwerin, now Germany) was a German Orientalist and Hebrew scholar.
  • Gottlob Christian Storr
    Gottlob Christian Storr (10 September 1746 – 17 January 1805) was a German Protestant theologian born in Stuttgart.
  • Albert Eichhorn
    Albert Eichhorn (Karl Albert August Ludwig Eichhorn, 1 October 1856 – 3 August 1926), the author of Das Abendmahl im Neuen Testament, was one of the founders of the history of religions school, an approach that sought to understand all religions, including Christianity and Judaism, as socio-cultural phenomena that developed in comparable ways.
  • Johann Wolfgang Jäger
    Johann Wolfgang Jäger was a German professor of Protestant theology and chancellor of the University of Tübingen.
  • Karl Friedrich Bahrdt
    Karl Friedrich Bahrdt (August 25, 1741 – April 23, 1792), also spelled Carl Friedrich Bahrdt, was an unorthodox German biblical scholar, theologian, and polemicist.
  • Thomas Christian Tychsen
    Thomas Christian Tychsen (8 May 1758, Horsbüll – 23 October 1834, Göttingen) was a German orientalist and Lutheran theologian.
  • Johann Matthäus Hassencamp
    Johann Matthäus Hassencamp (July 28, 1743 – October 6, 1797) was a German Orientalist and Protestant theologian born in Marburg.
  • Georg Christian Knapp
    Georg Christian Knapp (September 17, 1753 – October 14, 1825) was a German Protestant theologian.
  • Johann Peter Berg
    Johann Peter Berg (September 3, 1737 – March 3, 1800) was a German Protestant theologian, historian, and Orientalist.
  • Christian Frederick Boerner
    Christian Frederick Boerner (6 November 1683 – 19 November 1753), professor of theology at Leipzig.
  • Johann Gerhard Meuschen
    Johann Gerhard Meuschen (May 4, 1680 – December 15, 1743) was a German Lutheran theologian born in Osnabrück.
  • Christian Wilhelm Franz Walch
    Christian Wilhelm Franz Walch (25 December 1726 – 10 March 1784) was a protestant German theologian and professor of theology from Göttingen.
  • Johann August Nösselt
    Johann August Nösselt (2 May 1734, in Halle an der Saale – 11 March 1807) was a German Protestant theologian.
  • Johann Friedrich Schleusner
    Johann Friedrich Schleusner (16 January 1759 – 21 February 1831) was a German Protestant theologian.
  • Johann Christoph Döderlein
    Johann Christoph Döderlein or Doederlein (January 20, 1745 in Windsheim – December 2, 1792 in Jena) was a German Protestant theologian.
  • Johann Christian Georg Bodenschatz
    Johann Christian Georg Bodenschatz (May 25, 1717 – October 4, 1797), was a German Protestant theologian.
  • Georg Lorenz Bauer
    Georg Lorenz Bauer (14 August 1755 – 13 January 1806) was a German Lutheran Theologian, and writer on his subject.
  • Hermann Daniel Hermes
    Hermann Daniel Hermes (24 January 1734 – 12 November 1807) was a Prussian protestant theologian.
  • Johann Heinrich Ernesti
    Johann Heinrich Ernesti (12 March 1652 – 16 October 1729) was a Saxon philosopher, Lutheran theologian, Latin classicist and poet.
  • Johann Karl Christoph Nachtigal
    Johann Karl Christoph Nachtigal (25 February 1753 in Halberstadt – 21 June 1819 in Halberstadt) was a German Protestant theologian and philologist.
  • Johann Jakob Schudt
    Johann Jakob Schudt (January 14, 1664 – February 14, 1722) was a German polyhistor and Orientalist.
  • Daniel Lorenz Salthenius
    Daniel Lorenz Salthenius (March 16, 1701 – January 29, 1750) was a professor of theology at the University of Königsberg from 1732 until his death.
  • Johann Timotheus Hermes
    Johann Timotheus Hermes (31 May 1738 – 24 July 1821) was a German poet, novelist and Protestant theologian.
  • Georg Christian Benedict Ackermann
    Georg Christian Benedict Ackermann (3 March 1763 – 8 April 1833) was a German theologian and teacher.
  • Georg Caspari
    Georg Caspari (17 April 1683 – 12 April 1743) was a Baltic German academic.
  • Franz Volkmar Reinhard
    Franz Volkmar Reinhard (March 12, 1753 – September 6, 1812) was a German Protestant theologian born in Vohenstrauß.
  • Franz Anton Knittel
    Franz Anton Knittel (April 3, 1721 – December 10, 1792), was a German, Lutheran orthodox theologian, priest, and palaeographer.
  • Peter Böhler
    Petrus Böhler or Peter Boehler (December 31, 1712 – April 27, 1775) was a German-English Moravian bishop and missionary who was influential in the Moravian Church in the Americas and England during the eighteenth century.
  • Heinrich Philipp Konrad Henke
    Heinrich Philipp Konrad Henke (July 3, 1752 – May 2, 1809), German theologian, best known as a writer on church history, was born at Hehlen, Brunswick-Lüneburg.
  • Daniel Ernst Jablonski
    Daniel Ernst Jablonski (20 November 1660 Nassenhuben (Mokry Dwór), Royal Prussia – 25 May 1741 Berlin), wasa German theologian and reformer of Czech origin, known for his efforts to bring about a union between Lutheran and Calvinist Protestants.
  • Johann Georg Walch
    Johann Georg Walch (June 17, 1693 – January 13, 1775) was a German Lutheran theologian.
  • Gottlieb Jakob Planck
    Gottlieb Jakob Planck (15 November 1751 – 31 August 1833) was a German Protestant divine and historian.
  • Johann Georg Abicht
    Johann Georg Abicht (21 March 1672 – 5 June 1740) was a German Lutheran theologian, born at Königsee, Schwarzburg-Sondershausen.
  • Wilhelm Abraham Teller
    Wilhelm Abraham Teller (9 January 1734 – 9 December 1804) was a German Protestant theologian who championed a rational approach to Christianity.
  • Friedrich Samuel Bock
    Friedrich Samuel Bock (Königsberg 20 May 1716 – Königsberg 30 September 1785) was a German philosopher and theologian.
  • Johann Friedrich Flatt
    Johann Friedrich Flatt (February 20, 1759 – November 24, 1821) was a German Protestant theologian and philosopher born in Tübingen.
  • Johann Jakob Quandt
    Johann Jakob Quandt (Lithuanian: Jonas Jokūbas Kvantas; 27 March 1686 in Königsberg – 17 January 1772 in Königsberg) was a German orthodox Lutheran theologian, professor of theology in Rostock.
  • Jeremias Friedrich Reuß
    Jeremias Friedrich Reuß (8 December 1700 – 6 March 1777) was a German theologian.
  • Johann Benjamin Koppe
    Johann Benjamin Koppe (19 August 1750 in Danzig – 12 February 1791 in Hanover) was a German Lutheran theologian.
  • Ernst Friedrich von Ockel
    Ernst Friedrich Ockel (then von Ockel zu Salwitz) Lutheran theologian, writer and politician from the duchy of Courland (Latvia), born 16 November 1742, in Mengeringhausen (Waldeck).
  • Johann Ernst Immanuel Walch
    Johann Ernst Immanuel Walch (29 August 1725 – 1 December 1778) was a German theologian, linguist, and naturalist from Jena.