Weber, Andreas

Weber, Andreas a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born March 27, 1718, at Eisleben. From 1738 to 1742 he studied at Jena and Leipsic. In the latter place he publicly spoke on De Cognitione Spiritus Finiti circa Mysteria (1742). In 1749 he was called as professor of philosophy to Halle, and in 1750 to Gottingen, where he lectured till 1770, when he accepted a call to Kiel as professor of philosophy and theology. He died May 26, 1781. He wrote, Die Uebereinstimmung der Natur und Gnade, etc. (Leips. 1748-50, 3 volumes): — Commentatio de Prima Melanchthonis Locorum Communium Editione (Kiloni, 1771): — Progr. utrum Judeaus Mosi ut Legislatori solum. non ob Miracula, quibus Conspicuus erat, Religiosam Obedientiam Debeat, etc. (ibid, 1771). — See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, 4:659, s.v.. (B.P.)

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