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Johannes Heinrich August Ebrard (1818–1888)

Ebrard, Johannes Heinrich August (ā’brärd). A German Protestant theological writer, dramatist, and literary critic; born in Erlangen, Jan. 18, 1818; died there, July 23, 1888. He led a general reform movement in theology, producing: ‘Philosophical Criticism of Evangelical History’ (1842); ‘The Dogma of the Last Supper and its History’ (1845–46); ‘Practical Theology’ (1856); etc.; while under the pseudonym of “Gottfried Flammberg” he wrote ‘Duplessis-Mornay’ (1859), and other dramas, and ‘A Life in Song’ (2d ed. 1872), a collection of verse. His other pseudonym, “Christian Deutsch,” has served in connection with ‘Stephen Klinger’ (1872), a play, and studies of the Ossian creations.