(16861760). B. Stuttgart, Ger.; educ. Tübingen; chancellor Tübingen U. ca. 1720/21; chancellor and supt. Giessen 1756; inclined to pietism. Works include writings in nearly all depts. of theol.; directed publication of a new Ger. Bible tr., the so-called Tübinger Bibelwerk. See also Collegialism.
(180365). B. Waiblingen, Württemberg, Ger.; Basel* Miss. Soc. miss. to Muslim in Armenia, Mesopotamia, and Persia 182537; CMS miss. India and Pakistan 184157; in Constantinople 185865. Works include writings on Islam.
(16511710). B. Neustadt, Glogau, Ger.; mayor Bautzen; hymnist. Wrote the hymn Ach, jawohl bin ich nunmehr entgangen (to be sung antiphonally with S. Dach's* O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen).
(1645[6?]1732). B. Ifta, near Kreuzburg, Ger.; educ. Jena and Leipzig; private tutor Altenburg; held various positions; consistorial assessor and supt. Gräfen-Tonna 1682; hymnist. Hymns include Was frag ich nach der Welt (tr. A. Crull* What Is the World to Me).
(14931573). B. Wasserburg, Ger.; held several positions and became priest; preacher Passau 1521, where he heard of M. Luther; fled threatened arrest; studied at Wittenberg 1524; pastor Sonnenwalde 1527, Eicha 1530, Belgern 1532; pastor and 1st Luth. supt. Leipzig 1540[1541?]; helped introd. Reformation in Schönburg; prof. Leipzig 1544; connected with developments that led to the Leipzig Interim (see Interim, II); Philippist (see Philippists). Works include moral, ascetic, and polemic writings. See also Synergistic Controversy.
(November 23, 1857-December 19, 1926). B. Columbus, Ohio; educ. Capital U. and Luth. sem., Columbus, Ohio; pastor Pennsylvania and Ohio 188199; sem. prof. Capital U. 18991926. Ed. The Little Missionary 188691; ed. miss. dept. Lutheran Standard 1891 to 1925; other works include Mission Studies.
(171284). B. Grünstadt, near Worms, Ger.; educ. Halle and Tübingen; held several pol. offices; influenced by N. L. v. Zinzendorf* and J. A. Bengel*; pietist; hymnist. Hymns include Wohl einem Haus, da Jesus Christ (tr. C. Winkworth* Oh, Blest the House, Whate'er Befall).
(18391908). B. Stetten, Württemberg, Ger.; educ. Tübingen; held various positions; pastor Heilbronn 1868; pastor and prof. Jena 1870; prof. Berlin 1875. Denied miraculous origin of Christianity. See also Lutheran Theology After 1580, 10.
(14991564). B. Eyt(h)ra (or Pegau?), near Leipzig, Ger.; educ. Leipzig, Bologna, and Padua; cathedral provost Zeitz 1522; cathedral dean Meissen 1537; elected RC bp. NaumburgZeitz 1541, accepted and confirmed 1542, est. 1547. Humanistic; interested in peace with Prots.; took part in 1541 Regensburg* Conf. Helped draft Augsburg and Leipzig Interim.*
(April 22, 1859-October 9, 1939). B. Altencelle, Hannover, Ger.; to Am. 1875; educ. Conc. Coll., Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Conc. Sem., St. Louis, Missouri; traveling miss. Minnesota and territories of Dak. and Montana (base Odessa, Minnesota) 188087. Pastor Lewiston, Minnesota, 188794; Hamburg, Minnesota, 18941911; pres. Minnesota and Dak. Dist. of the Mo. Syn. 18911908; pres. Mo. Syn. 191135, honorary pres. 193539.
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