Clausen, Hendrik Nikolai

Clausen, Hendrik Nikolai, a Danish theologian, brother of the foregoing, was born April 22, 1793, at Maribo, in Laaland. Having completed his studies, he spent .two years (1818-1820) in Germany, Italy, and. France.. While at Berlin, Schleiermacher exercised great influence upon his theology. In 1821 he was appointed lector, and soon afterwards professor of theology at Copenhagen. In 1874 he resigned his professorship, and died March 23,1877. He wrote: Aurelius Augustinus Hippon. Sacrae Scripture Interpres,(Copenh. 1837): Quatuior Evangeliorum Tabulce Synopticae etc. (ibid. 1829): Kirchenverfassung, Lehre und Rites des Katolicismus und Protestantismus. (from the Danish, by Fries, Netustadt, 1829,.3 vols.): Ueber den Theologischen Parteigeist (transl. by Wolf, ibid. 1832): Populare Vortrage uber die Reformation (transl. by Jenssen, Leips. 1837): Det Nye Testaments Herameneutik (Copenhagen, 1840; German transl. by Schmidt-Phiseldeck, Leips. 1841):-- Udvikling af de Christelige Hovldlaerdomme (2d ed. ibid. 1845): Fortolking af de Synoptiske Evangelier (ibid. 1847, 1850): — Den Augsburgske Confession, Oversat og Belyst ved Historisk Dogmatik (1851):Christelig Troeslaere (ibid. 1857). See Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. i, 227 sq.; Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v. (IB. P.)

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