Mosche, Gabriel Christian Benjamin

Mosche, Gabriel Christian Benjamin a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Grossen-Erich, in the principality of Schwarzburg-Sondershausen, March 28, 1723. He studied at Jena, and for some time assisted his father in the ministry. In 1748 he was preacher at Erfurt, and lecturer at the university, in 1759 superintendent at Arnstadt. in 1773 preacher at Frankfort-on-the-Main, and died Feb. 8,1791. He published, De Anno Sexagesimo Judaeis Sicro (Jena, 1744): — De Summa Summi Numinis Sapientia in Dilectu Legatorum (Erfurt, 1750): — Commentatio de Contenplatione Mortis Atque Resurrectionis Jesu Christi Erga Honminis Amor (ibid. 1758): — De Reditu Christi in Vitanm (Arhstadt, 1759): — Triplex Gloriae Calestis Magnsitudo (ibid. 1768), besides a number of sermons and ascetical works. See Doring, Die deutschen Kanzelredeer des achtzehnten und neunizehnten Jahrhunderts, s.v.; Winer, Handbascl der theol. Lit. 1:192; 2:196, 291. (B.P.)

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