Arnold, Daniel Heinrich

Arnold, Daniel Heinrich a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born Dec. 7,1706, at Konigsberg, where he studied, and where, in 1729, he was appointed professor of practical philosophy. In 1732 he was made member of consistory and doctor of theology in the following year he was appointed professor of theology; and in 1734 he was made- second court: preacher. ! In 1763 he was appointed director of the Collegium Fridericianum and superintendent of the Lithuanian and Polish theological seminaries. In - 1772 he was made first court preacher and first professor of theology; and died July 30, 1775. Of his publications we mention: Diss. de Scopo Epistolee ad Ephesios (Regiom. 1735):-Progr. de Acquiescentia Dei in Hominibus ex Luc. ii, 14 (ibid. 1735):- Progr. de Adamo, Primo Resurrectionis Christi Vate, ex Genes. iii, 20 (ibid. 1736):-Progr. Celsii, Orobii.. et Woolsoni Cogitata de eo, quod Christus Redivivus Hoostibus suis non adparuit, expendens (ibid. 1741): Progr. de eo, quod et cur Christus Redivivus Hostijbus suis non adparuerit, Spinozce aliisque oppositum (ibid. 1742): Progr. de Judceis Christo Defectum Eruditiones male Objicientibus ad Joh. 7:15 (ibid. 1750). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, i, 14 sq.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. i,.808, 809. (B. P.)

 
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