Hermes, Hermann Daniel

Hermes, Hermann Daniel a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born January 2, 1734, in Pomerania. He studied at Halle, was teacher at Berlin in 1752, in 1766 professor at the Magdalene gymnasium in Breslau, in 1771 preacher there. In 1791 he was called to Berlin as member of the examination commission of candidates for the ministry, accepted a call as professor of theology to Kiel in 1805, and died November 12, 1807. Besides several volumes of sermons, he published, Der Christ auf dem Krankenbette (Breslau, 1774): — Die Lehre der heiligen Schrift (1775-79, 3 parts): — Schema Examinis Candidatorum S.S. Ministerii Rite Instituendi (Berlin, 1790): — Briefe uber die Lehrbegsriffe des protestantischen Kirche (Leipsic, 1800): — Versuch zweckmasziger Betrachtungen uber die biblischen Weissagungen (1801). See Doring, Deutsche Kanzelredner; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:483. (B.P.)

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