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Johann August Wilhelm Neander (1789–1850)

Neander, Johann August Wilhelm (nā-än’der). A German church historian; born in Göttingen, Jan. 17, 1789; died at Berlin, July 14, 1850. He was of Jewish extraction, but earnest in the advancement of Christianity. His principal works include: ‘The Emperor Julian and his Times’ (1812); ‘Memorable Occurrences from the History of Christianity and Christian Life’ (1822); ‘History of the Planting of the Apostolic Church’ (1832); ‘Universal History of the Christian Religion and Church’ (1843); and many others.