Robert, Carl Wilhelm

Robert, Carl Wilhelm a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born at Cassel, March 21, 1740. He studied at Marburg and Gottingen. and was ordained in 1762. In 1764 he was second preacher and professor at Marburg, in 1768 doctor of theology, and in 1771 member of consistory. In 1778 Robert resigned his theological position and commenced his career in the faculty of law. In 1779 he took the degree of doctor of law, in 1797 he was called to Cassel, and died April 3, 1803. He published, De Nomine ὑιοῦ Θεοῦ non Regium Christi funus, etc. (Marburg, 1768): — Encyclopaediae et Methodi Theologici Brevis Ordinatio (1769): — Ethicae Christianae Compendium (1770): — Causa Belli a Israelitis Adversus Cananaeos, etc. (1778). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v. (B.P.)

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