Men of the Time, eleventh edition/Adler, Hermann

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ADLER, The Rev. Hermann, Ph.D., M.A., son of Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler, was born in Hanover in 1839, and in 1845 accompanied his father to London. He studied at University College, London, and subsequently at the universities of Prague and Leipzig. He obtained his B.A. degree at the University of London in 1859, and that of Doctor of Philosophy at Leipzig in 1861. In 1863 Dr. Adler was appointed Principal of the Jews' College in London, and in the following year Chief Minister of the Bayswater Synagogue. He has published "Sermons on the Passages in the Bible adduced by Christian Theologians in support of their Faith," 1869, "Jews in England," "Ibn Gabirol, the Poet Philosopher;" a sermon, "Is Judaism a Missionary Faith?" in reply to Professor Max Müller; besides many lectures and articles which have appeared in various periodicals.