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Hengstenberg [1]

A German theologian, born in Westphalia; was editor of the Evangelische Kirchenzeitung , and the valiant unwearied assailant of Rationalism in its treatment of the Scriptures and the old orthodox faith; his principal works bear on Old Testament literature, such as its Christology and the Psalms, as well as on the New, such as St. John's Gospel and the Apocalypse (1802-1869).