Réville, Albert (b. 1826)

Réville, Albert, a distinguished French Protestant theologian, born at Dieppe; was from 1851 to 1872 pastor at Rotterdam, in 1880 became professor of the History of Religions in the College of France, and six years later was made President of the Section des Études Religieuses at the Sorbonne, Paris; has been a prolific writer on such subjects as “The Native Religions of Mexico and Peru” (Hibbert Lectures for 1884), “Religions of Non-civilised Peoples,” “The Chinese Religion,” &c.; (b. 1826).

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

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