Maurice VernesMaurice Vernes (25 September 1845, in Nauroy – 29 July 1923, in Paris) was a French Protestant theologian and historian of religion.
He studied theology at the Protestant seminary in Montauban and the University of Strasbourg, receiving his doctorate in 1874. From 1877 he taught as a lecturer at the Sorbonne, and two years later, became a professor at the Faculté de théologie protestante de Paris (Protestant Faculty of Theology in Paris). In 1886, he was named director-adjoint at the École pratique des hautes études (section on religious sciences). From 1901 he taught classes as a professor at the Collège libre des sciences sociales (CLSS) in Paris.
In 1880 he founded the journal, ''Revue de l'Histoire des religions''. Provided by Wikipedia
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