Wolf, Abraham

Wolf, Abraham a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Cabelitz in 1680, studied at Halle, and was appointed professor at Konigsberg in 1708. In 1717 he received the chair of Oriental languages, was made doctor of divinity in 1727, received the pastorate of the Altenstadt, together With a seat in consistory, the same year, and died June 20, 1731. He wrote, Diss. de Animo ad Cohel. 3:21: — De Elihu Amicorum Jobi Optimo: — De Loco Cohel. 12:11, 12: — Diss. in Haggai 2:5, 6, de ὀρθοδοξίας et ὀρθοτομιάς Vinculo Necessario, etc. See Arnold, Historie der konigsbergischen Universitat; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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