Johann Jakob Herzog
b. September 12, 1805 – d. September 30, 1882 • Protestant • Reformed • Theologian
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Herzog, Johann Jakob
Herzog, Johann Jakob (1805–82), Swiss Reformed theologian. A pupil of F. D. E. *Schleiermacher and J. A. W. *Neander, he began to teach at Lausanne in 1835, where he was professor of historical theology from 1838 to 1846. Later he held professorships at Halle (from 1847) and Erlangen (from 1854). His
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Herzog, Johann Jakob
Herzog, Johann Jakob (1805–1882)Swiss-German Reformed theologianHerzog studied theology at Basle and Berlin and was a student of Schleiermacher. But Herzog was more a historian than an apologist or systematic theologian. He taught historical theology and church history at Lausanne, Halle, and Erlangen.