See also:English divine and Biblical critic, was
See also:born in
See also:London, and educated at
See also:Merchant Taylors' School and
See also:Oxford . Subsequently he studied German theological methods at
See also:Gottingen . He was ordained in 1864, and held a fellowship at Balliol
See also:College, Oxford, 1868-1882 . During the earlier
See also:part of this
See also:period he stood alone in the university as a teacher of the
See also:main conclusions of
See also:modern Old Testament
See also:criticism . In 1881 he was presented to the rectory of Tendring, in
See also:Essex, and in 1884 he was made a member of the Old Testament revision
See also:company . He resigned the living of Tendring in 1885 on his
See also:appointment to the Oriel professorship, which carried with it a canonry at Rochester . In 1889 he delivered the
See also:Bampton lectures at Oxford . In 1908 he resigned his
See also:ship . He consistently urged in his writings the
See also:necessity of a broad and comprehensive study of the Scriptures in the
See also:light of
See also:historical and scientific considerations . His publications include commentaries on the Prophets and Hagiographa, and lectures and addresses on theological subjects . He was a joint editor of the
See also:Encyclopaedia Biblica (London, 1899-1903), a
See also:work embodying the more advanced conclusions of English biblical criticism . In the introduction to his Origin of the Psalter (London, '891) he gave an account of his development as a critical
See also:scholar .
CHEYENNE (Sioux for " of alien speech ")
ANTOINE LEONARD DE CHEZY (1793-1832)
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