Schwarz, Friedrich Heinrich Christian

Schwarz, Friedrich Heinrich Christian a Protestant theologian of Germany; was born May 30, 1766, at Giessen, and studied there. In 1790 he was preacher at Dexbach, near Biedenkopf, Hesse, in 1796 at Echzell, and finally, in 1804, professor of theology at Heidelberg, where he died, April 3, 1837. Schwarz took a great interest in pedagogy, founded prosperous educational institutions, and published Lehrbuch der Erziehungs- und Unterrichtslehre (1835, 3 volumes). Of his theological works we mention, Sciagraphia Dogmatices Christianae in Usum Praelectorum (1808): — Grundriss der kirchlichen protestantischen Dogmatik (1816): — Das Christenthum in seiner Wahrheit und Gottlichkeit betrachtet (1808): — Handbuch der

evangelisch-christlichen Ethik fur Theologen und gebildete Christen (1821; 2d ed. 1830). See Plitt-Herzog, Real-Encyklop. s.v. (B.P.)

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