Johann Christian Konrad von Hofmann
b. December 21, 1810 – d. December 20, 1877 • Historian • Lutheran • Theologian
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Hofmann, Johann Christian Konrad von
Hofmann, Johann Christian Konrad von (1810–77), German *Lutheran theologian. A native of Nuremberg, he studied at Erlangen and Berlin, and became lecturer at Erlangen University in 1838. In 1842 he was called to Rostock as professor of theology, and in 1845 returned in the same capacity to Erlangen,
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Hofmann, von Joh. Christian Konrad
Hofmann, von Joh. Christian Konrad, b. Dec. 21, 1810, in Nuremberg, studied at Erlangen, where the Reformed Prof. Krafft led him to faith, became a scholar of Ranke at Berlin (1829), under whom he pursued his favorite historical studies until called to the gymnasium at Erlangen (1833). Becoming theol.
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Hofmann, Johann Christian Konrad Von
Hofmann, Johann Christian Konrad Von (1810–1877)Lutheran theologian and biblical scholarBorn in Nuremberg, Hofmann studied at Erlangen (1827–1829) and Berlin (1829–1832), where he obtained his doctorate in 1835. After teaching in a gymnasium, he started his university career at Erlangen in 1838, being