The New International Encyclopædia/Schmidt, Nathaniel
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SCHMIDT, Nathaniel (1862—). An American Hebraist, born at Hudiksvall, Sweden, and educated at Stockholm University, at Colgate University, and at the University of Berlin. He was professor of Semitic languages and literature in Colgate University from 1888 to 1896, and then became professor of the same branches at Cornell. He contributed to the Encyclopædia Biblica, to the Jewish Encyclopædia, and to the New International Encyclopædia, and wrote: Biblical Criticism and Theological Belief (1897); The Republic of Man (1899); Ecclesiasticus (1903); The Son of Man and the Son of God in Modern Theology (1903).