Sperbach, Karl Gottlieb

Sperbach, Karl Gottlieb a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Konigsbruck, Upper Lusatia, February 26, 1694. He studied at Leipsic, and commenced his academical career there in 1717. In 1734 he accepted a call to Wittenberg, and died July 6, 1772. He published, Causa Philosophiae adversus Atheismi Calumnia Defensa (Leipsic, 1730): — Diss. qua Versio Syriaca 2 Epist. Johannis cum Textu Graeco Confertur (Wittenberg, 1735): — Observationes Philologicae in Nonnulla Pentateuchi Loca (1756): — De Vario Accentum Hebraeorum Officio (1738): — De Genio Linguae Hebraicae (eod.): — Academia Jahnensis atque ejus Rectores (1740): — De Judaeis תלואים ad Hosea 11:7 (1747): — De Voce Jehovah (1755). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v.; Furst, Bibl. Jud. s.v. (B.P.)

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