High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Smend (November
5, 1851 - December 27, 1913) was a German theologian who was born
in Lengerich, Westphalia. He was an older brother to theologian
Julius Smend (1857-1930), and the father of Carl Friedrich Rudolf
Smend (1882-1975), an authority on constitutional and
ecclesiastical law. He studied theology at the Universities of
Gottingen, Berlin and Bonn, earning his doctorate in 1874 with a
dissertation on Arabic poetry. In 1880 he became an associate
professor of the Old Testament at the University of Basel, where
shortly afterwards he attained the title of full professor. In 1889
he returned to the University of Gottingen as a professor of
Biblical science and Semitic languages. At Gottingen he was
reunited with his former teacher Julius Wellhausen (1844-1918), who
was a major influence in his professional career.
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