George Schodde

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Reverend George Henry Schodde [ Allegheny City, April 15, 1854 - September 15, 1917] was born in Pennsylvania from Germans parents, scholar of coptic language and Old Testament pseudepigrapha.[1]

He graduated Ph.D (Leipzig 1876) and joined the Lutheran General Council (USA). He was Professor at Capital University, Columbus, Ohio. He produced a translation of 1 Enoch in 1885.


  • Rev. Schodde (1882). The Book of Enoch. Translated from the Ethiopic (Geez) with introduction and notes (also known as 1 Enoch or Enoch Ethiopic), pp.293
  • Rev. Schodde (1888). The Book of Jubilees. Written by Moses on Mount Horeb, translated from the Ethiopic, pp.154
  • The Protestant Church in Germany
  • The error of modern Missouri
  • Outlines of Biblical hermeneutics
  • Hêrmâ Nabî Ethiopic version of Pastor Hermae
  • Pentateuch Testimony
  • The Development of New Testament Judaism


  1. ^ George Henry Schodde - Hêrmâ Nabî: the Ethiopic version of Pastor Hermae examined 1876 "I, George, H. Schodde, was born April 15. 1854 in Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. My parents, both Germans from Hanover, still reside there. After finishing the prescribed course in the Schools of my native town, I entered the College ..."