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Johann David Michaelis

(1717—1791)


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(1717–91),

German Protestant theologian. He is important mainly for his work on Hebrew and Arabic and on the early versions of the Bible. His treatment of the legislation of the Pentateuch as a human achievement had far-reaching influence on the development of German biblical criticism.

Subjects: Christianity.


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