(18461922). B. Barmen. Ger.; to US; became Meth.; preacher in Ger. congs. from 1869; worked for Jewish missions from 1894; returned to Eur. 1899; advocated evangelicalism in the spirit of neo-Darbyism (see Brethren, Plymouth); defended verbal inspiration (see Inspiration, Doctrine of). Works include Das Evangelium Gottes von der Allversöhnung in Christus.
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