Jean-Henri Merle d'Aubigné
b. August 16, 1794 – d. October 21, 1872 • Historian • Protestant
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Merle d’Aubigné, Jean Henri
Merle d’Aubigné, Jean Henri (1794–1872), Swiss historian of the *Reformation. The son of French Protestant refugee parents, he studied at Berlin under J. A. W. *Neander and W. M. L. *de Wette. After taking charge of the French Protestant church in Hamburg from 1819 to 1823, he became pastor to a congregation
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Merle d Aubigné, Jean Henri
Merle d’ Aubigné, Jean Henri (1794–1872)Genevan Reformed historian of Christianity. Merle d’Aubigné studied theology and was ordained in the Church of Geneva (1817). Robert Haldane, a traveling Scot, encouraged him to follow a more orthodox Calvinism based on scriptural study. After study with August
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D’Aubigné, Jean Henri Merle
D’aubigné, Jean Henri Merle (1794–1872)Protestant historianD’Aubigné was born into a French family in exile in Geneva. Although d’Aubigné’s father was a citizen of Geneva, he was also a merchant in Marseilles and wanted his son to follow that calling. Young d’Aubigné, however, felt called to the ministry