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Schmauk, Theodore Emanuel

(May 30, 1860–March 23, 1920). B. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where his father was Luth. pastor; educ. U. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, and Luth., Theol. Sem., Philadelphia; ordained Pennsylvania Ministerium 1883; first asst. to his father, then pastor Lebanon, Pennsylvania; pres. General* Council of the Ev. Luth. Ch. in N. Am. 1903–18; championed confessional Lutheranism; prof. Christian faith, apologetics, and ethics Luth. Theol. Sem., Mount Airy, Philadelphia, 1911–20; helped organize ULC Ed. The Lutheran; The Lutheran Church Review. Other works include A History of The Lutheran Church in Pennsylvania (1638–1820) from the Original Sources; with C. T. Benze, The Confessional Principle and the Confessions of the Lutheran Church; The Christian Kindergarten; Bible Readings: Precepts and Outlines; How to Teach in Sunday School. JW

G. W. Sandt, Theodore Emanuel Schmauk, D. D., LL.D (Philadelphia, 1921).

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