Christian Cyclopedia

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Caspari, Carl Paul

(1814–92). Luth. theol. B. Dessau, of Jewish parents; educ. Leipzig 1834–38; converted 1838; lector 1847, prof. 1857 Christiania (Oslo). Followed exegetical methods of Hengstenberg.* Grundtvig's* views led him to investigate the development of early creedal statements and to write Ungedruckte, unbeachtete und wenig beachtete Quellen zur Geschichte des Taufsymbols und der Glaubensregel (3 vols.) and Alte und neue Quellen zur Geschichte des Taufsymbols und der Glaubensregel. Other works include an Arabic grammar, several commentaries, studies in OT and patristic hist.; tr. Book of Concord into Norw.; active in OT tr.

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