Montet, Joseph

Montet, Joseph a French Protestant theologian, was born at Milhau, Aveyron, in 1790. He studied at Lausanne and Geneva, and was made a licentiate. of theology at the latter place, on presenting Disputatio Theolog. de Authentia Librorumn Novi Testamenti, in 1813. In 1814 he was called as pastor to Realmont, Tarn; in 1825 he was made professor of Church history at Montauban, and dean of the faculty in 1835. In 1865 he retired from active duty, and died February 24, 1878. See Lichtenberger, Encyclop. des Sciences Religieuses, s.v. (B.P.)

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