Frommann, Erhard Andreas

Frommann, Erhard Andreas a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born November 8, 1722. He studied at Coburg and Altdorf, was in 1756 professor of Greek and Oriental languages at Coburg, and died October 1, 1774. He wrote, De Cultu Deorum ex ὀνοματοθεσι® Illustri (Altdorf, 1745): — De Hermeneuta Veteris Ecclesie (ibid. 1747): — De Syntaxi Linguae et Praecipae Ebraice (ibid. eod.): — De Lingua Profunda ad Esa. 33:19; Ezech. 3:5, 6 (ibid. 1748): — De Opinata Sanctitate Linguae Ebraicae (Coburg, 1756): — De Sacris Judaeorum (ibid. 1759): — An Variae Lectiones ad Codicem V. Test. ex Mischna Collogi Possint (ibid. 1760): — De Ecclesiae Christianae Reformatione Judaeis Utili (ibid. 1761): — Disp. Spec. Topices Pauli in Fide Salvifica ex Vet. Test. Probanda (ibid. 1762): — De Feminis Quibusdam quae Evangelii Veritatem Tempore Reformationis Sacrorum Scriptis Defenderunt (ibid. 1764): — De Canone Hermeneutico (ibid. 1767). See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:21, 132. (B.P.)

 
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