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Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer
b. January 10, 1800 – d. June 21, 1873 • Protestant • Scholar
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The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm (1800–73), German NT scholar. Born at Gotha, he studied theology at the University of Jena and held various ecclesiastical offices at Hanover. The chief work of his life was his editorship of the well-known Kritisch-exegetischer Kommentar zum Neuen Testament (16 vols.,
The Lutheran Cyclopedia
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm, b. Jan. 10, 1800, in Gotha, pastor in Harste, near Göttingen (1831), supt. in Hoya (1837), castle-preacher, supt. and consistorial counsellor in Hanover (1841), chief consistorial counsellor (1861), pensioned (1865), d. June 21, 1873. He was the editor of the earlier editions
Who’s Who in Christian History
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm
Meyer, Heinrich August Wilhelm (1800–1873)German Protestant clergyman and New Testament scholarBorn in Gotha, Meyer studied theology at the University of Jena. Thereafter he taught in a private school at Grone and then pastored churches in various German cities—such as Grone, Hoya, Neustadt, and Hanover