Kapp, Johann

Kapp, Johann a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born December 12, 1739. He studied at Leipsic and Erlangen, was in 1765 teacher at the gymnasium in Hof, in 1774 doctor of philosophy, in 1777 court preacher and professor of theology at Bayreuth. In 1801 he was made doctor of divinity, and died August 18, 1817, leaving, Epistola super Dictis Biblicis Quibusdam Novi Testamenti (Hof, 1767): — Paralipomena de Mayis, Matth. 2:1 sq. (1771): — Progr. Periculum Versionis Psalmi Secundi cum Brevibus Scholiis (1781): — Brevis Paraphrastica Explicatio Matth. 5:33-42 (1783), etc. See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v. (B.P.)

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