The Biblical Repository and Classical Review Volume 19

The Biblical Repository and Classical Review Volume 19

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ...translated by Rose. Gtrmaug. Dr. Lechler has published a History of English Deism, which has produced quite a sensation in Germany; it is noticed very favorably in Gersdorf's Repertorium. Dr. J. G. F. Hofling has undertaken to rescue the writings of Origen from the perversion of the Romanists. The title of the work is Originis Doctrinam de Sacrificiis Christianorum in Examen vocavit; its object is to show that this father did not consider the eucharist to be a sacrifice in the sense of the Romish church. Dr. Meier's translation and exposition of Joel is mentioned with approbation. The theological faculty of Jena made the writings of Justin Martyr a prize question for 1839; J. C. T. Otto, a young scholar, obtained the prize, and the essay is now published. It is surpassed in learning, however, by another work on the same subject, of which C. Semisch in the author. Christ the Conqueror, a new Christian epic by K. Ifloritz, is commended by the journals.. B. Tauchnitz, Jr. is publishing, in a cheap edition, the principal worksofthe Latin Fathers, under the supervision of Gersdorf. Nine volumes have appeared, containing the works of Clement, Cyprian, Tertullian and Ambrose. The next two volumes will embrace the writings of Lac-tantius; these will be followed by Minucius Felix, Arnohius, Augustine, etc. The number of students in the universities during the summer semester was as follows: At Berlin there were 1561 (loss from the winter semester 117); of these 410 were foreign students (loss from the winter 80). The theological department had 350 (73 foreign), law 463 (111 foreign), medicine 38 (112 foreign), philo.sophy 367 (114 foreign). Others attended lectures to the number of 374. At Bonn there were 609 students (gain from the...show more

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  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 372g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236912748
  • 9781236912749