Baier, Johann Wilhelm

Baier, Johann Wilhelm a Lutheran theologian of Germany, oldest son of the writer of the same name, was born at Jena, June 12, 1675. He studied at his nlative place and at Halle; was in 1703 appointed adjunctus to the philosophical faculty at Jena, and in 1709 professor of theology and preacher at Altorf. He received the doctorate of divinity in 1710; and died May 24, 1729. He wrote, De Excideo Sodomca: De Quaestione- an Tenmpore Transitus Israelitarum fuerit Ordinarius. Fluxus et Refluxus Maris: — De Odore Vestiumn Esavi: — De Systemate Mundi Jobceo: — De Behemot' et Leviathan Elephante et Balena: — De Variantium Lectionum Novi Testamenti Usu et Abusu: — De λόγῳ ἐμφύτῳ: De Verbis Christi πάντες ὅσοι πρὸ ἐμοῦ:Analysis et Vindicatio Illustr. Script. S. Dictorum. See Zeltner, Vitce Theologorum AltorJinorum; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

 
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