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Paulus, Heinrich Eberhard Gottlob

(1761–1851). Ger. orientalist and theol.; prof. Jena, Würzburg, Heidelberg. Rationalist; influenced by J. S. Semler* and J. D. Michaelis; opposed F. W. J. v. Schelling.* Tried to harmonize acceptance of the Gospel narrative as accurate with rejection of miracles. Works include Das Leben Jesu als Grundlage einer reinen Geschichte des Urchristentums; Exegetisches Handbuch über edi drei ersten Evangelien. See also Rationalismus vulgaris.

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