- A·dolf von [ah-dawlf fuh n] /ˈɑ dɔlf fən/, 1851–1930, German Protestant theologian, born in Estonia.
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Harnack traces three stages in the Hellenization of Christianity.The Legacy of Greece
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Why they accomplished a cure has been explained very strikingly by Harnack.Superstition in Medicine
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- Adolf von. 1851–1930, German Protestant theologian, author of the influential History of Dogma (1886–90)
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