Schmid, Christian Friedrich (2)

Schmid, Christian Friedrich a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born November 20, 1741, at Roglitz, near Merseburg. He studied at Leipsic, and commenced his academical career there in 1764. He was professor in 1767, went to Wittenberg in 1772, took the degree of doctor of theology in the same year, and died May 19, 1778. He wrote, Versio Alexandrina Optimum Interpretationem Librorum Sacrorum Praesidium (Leipsic, 1763-64): — De Herodianis (1764): — Super Origine Epistolae ad Hebraeos (1765): — Observationes super Epistola ad Hebraeos (1766): — Observationes super Epistola Judae (1768): — Divina Origo Librorum Canonicorum Veteris Testamenti (Wittenberg, 1772): — De Antiqua Forma, Collectione et Conservatione Codicis Sacri Hebraioi (eod.), etc. See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v.; Furst, Bibl. Jud. s.v.; Winer. Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:76, 77, 91, 109, 256, 267, 272, 486. (B.P.)

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