Schwabe, Johann Friedrich Heinrich

Schwabe, Johann Friedrich Heinrich, a Protestant divine of Germany, was born in 1779 at Eichelborn, near Weimar. He studied theology at Jena, and entered upon his first ministerial duties in 1802 at Wormstedt. From that time on till his death, which took place in 1834, he occupied the most important ecclesiastical positions in the grand duchy of Hesse. He wrote, Specimen Theologioe Comparativoe exhibens Κλεάνθους ὕμνον εἰς Δία, cum Disciplina Christiana Comparatum, etc. (Jena, 1819): — Verhaltniss der stoischen Moral zum Christenthum (ibid. 1820): — Examen aus der Reformationsgeschichte (Neustadt, 1839). He also published several volumes of Sermons. See Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 2, 1202 sq.; Regensburger Real-Encyklop, s.v. (B.P.)

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