Miller, Johann Peter
Miller, Johann Peter a German Protestant theologian, was born at Leipheim April 26,1725; was educated at the university at Helmstadt; in 1747 went: to Gottingen, and in 1750 became rector of the Latin school at Helmstadt. In 1756 he accepted a similar position at the Lutheran Gymnasium at Halle, but returned in 1766 to Gottingen, as professor of theology, and there died, May 29, 1789. Miller wrote and published a continuation of Mosheim's Sittenlehre. His productions of value are, Das Reich der Natur und Sitten (Halle, 1757- 1762): — Diss. in locum ad Roman. S. 28 (Helmstadt, 1747): — Diss. locus antologicus de Eodem et Diverso (Gotting. 1748, 4to): — Diss. de
notabili et maximo versionis Italae ad verba Christi Matthew 20:28 additamento (ibid. 1749,4to); — J.L. Mosheimii Commentationes et orationes varii generis (Hamburg, 1751, 8vo): — Vollstandiger Auszug aus allen neuen Theilen der Mosheimischen Sittenlehre der heiligen Schrift (Halle, 1765, 8vo; 2d auflage, ibid. 1777, 8vo): — Die Hoffnung besserer Zeiten fur Schulen (ibid. 1765, 4to): — Progr. quo probatur, cum theopneustea Apostolorum nec omniscientiam quasi aliquam, nec anamartesiam fuisse conjunctam (Gotting. 1789, 4to).