Winzer, Julius Friedrich

Winzer, Julius Friedrich a German doctor and professor of theology, was born July 30, 1780, at Chemnitz. In 1802 he was appointed teacher at the famous school in Meissen, in 1809 he was called to Wittenberg as ordinary professor of morals, and in 1812 became ordinary professor of theology. In 1814 he was called to Leipsic, where he died in the year 1845. He wrote, Adnotationes ad Loca Quaedam Epistolae Pauli ad Romanos (Leipsic, 1835): — Comnmentatio in Locum Pauli ad Ephesios Epistolas Cap. 1:15 sq. (ibid. eod.): — Commentatio in Locum, etc., Cap. 4:1 sq. (ibid. 1839): — Annotatio ad Locum Ephesians 6:10-17, Cui Subjuncte sunt Vitae Doctorum Theologiae a Lipsiensium Theologorum Ordine Recens Creatoraum (ibid. 1840): — Annotationes ad Locum Prioris Epistolae Petri Cap. 1:3-12 (ibid. 1843): — Annotationes, etc., Cap. 3:18-22 et 4:6 (ibid. 1844). In connection with H.A. Schott he published Commentarii in Epistolas Novi Testamenti. See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:29, 164, 213, 249, 252, 257, 263 268, 294, 429, 434, 440, 476; Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 2:1456. (B.P.)

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