Weiss, Bernhard

Weiss, Bernhard, German theologian, born at Königsberg; became professor at Kiel and afterwards at Berlin; has written on the theology of the New Testament, an introduction to it, and a “Leben Jesu,” all able works; b. 1827.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Webster, Noah
Wedgwood, Josiah
Wednesbury
Wednesday
Week
Weeping Philosopher
Wei-hai-wei
Weimar
Weingartner, Felix
Weismann, August
Weiss, Bernhard
Weissenfels
Weissnichtwo
Weizsächer, Karl
Welldon, James Edward Cowell
Weller, Sam
Wellesley
Wellesley, Richard Cowley, Marquis of
Wellhausen, Julius
Wellingborough
Wellington