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Baur, Ferdinand Christian, 1792-1860

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Personal name headingBaur, Ferdinand Christian, 1792-1860
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Variant(s)Baur, F. C. (Ferdinand Christian), 1792-1860
See alsoEmployer: Universität Tübingen
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Birth date17920621
Death date18601202
Place of birthSchmiden (Germany)
Place of deathTübingen (Germany)
Field of activityAcademic writing Religious education Preaching
AffiliationUniversität Tübingen
Profession or occupationCollege teachers Christian educators Christian philosophers Protestant authors Religion historians Theologians
Academic Professor
Found inHis The church history of the first three centuries, 1878-9.
Neudorfer, H.-W. Der Stephanuskreis in der Forschungsgeschichte seit F.C. Baur, c1983: t.p. (F.C. Baur)
Das manichäische Religionssystem, 1831: title page (Ferdinand Christian Baur)
Encyclopedia of World Biography, December 12, 1998 via Gale Biography in Context, April 9, 2014 (Ferdinand Christian Baur. German theologian who studied the history and philosophy of Christianity; he and his followers are referred to as the Tübingen school of theology. Born June 21, 1792 in Schmiden, Germany; died December 2, 1860 in Tübingen, Germany. Family: son of a Protestant minister and dean of the theological seminary at Blaubeuren. Education: Blaubeuren; University of Tübingen, 1809-14. Employment: country vicar and teacher; Blaubeuren, professor theology, 1817-26; Tübingen, professor theology, appointed in 1826. Writings: first major work was "Symbolism and Mythology, or the Nature Religion of Antiquity" (3 vols., 1824-1825).)
New Catholic Encyclopedia, 2003 via Gale Biography in Context, April 9, 2014 (Ferdinand Christian Baur. German Protestant ecclesiastical historian who founded the Tübingen School. Taught at Tübingen from 1826 until his death in 1860.)
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