Schwab, Johann Baptist

Schwab, Johann Baptist,

a Roman Catholic divine of Germany, born in 1811 at Hassfurt, was made priest in 1834 and doctor of theology in 1839. In 184 he was appointed professor of Church history and canon law at Wurzburg. In 1851 he was deposed on account of his heterodox views, and died Dec. 28, 1875, at Wurzburg. He published, Paul von Samosata (Wurzburg 1839): — Ueber das Verhaltniss der christlichen Beredtsamkeit zur antiker (1849): — Johannes Gerson, Professor der Theologie und Kanzler der Universitat Paris (1858). See Literarischer Handweiser, 1873, p. 18; Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 3, 1202. (B.P.)

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