Hase, Theodor

Hase, Theodor a Reformed theologian, was born at Bremen, November 30, 1682. He studied at Marburg, was in 1707 professor of sacred philology at Hanau, in 1708 preacher at Bremen, in 1723 professor of theology there, and died February 25, 1731. He wrote, De Leviathan Jobi et Ceto Jonae: — De ὀνολατρείᾷ Christianis et Judaeis olim Objecta: — De Decreto Imperatoris Tiberii quo Christum Referre Voluit in Numerum Deorum: — Diss. 5, de Baptismo Super Mortuis, de Aquis Hieruchintinis per Elisam Conditis, de Templo Oniae Heliopolitano, de Jeschurune ad Deuteronomy 32:15, and contributed largely to the Bibliotheca Theolog. Bremensis and Museum Philologico-Theologicum. His dissertations were published at Bremen in 1731; under the title, Dissertationum et Observationum Sacrarum Sylloge. See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:275, 279, 543; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v.; Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:365. (B.P.)

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