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Gruber, Eberhard Ludwig

(Grüber; 1665–1728). Ev. theol.; b. Stuttgart, Ger.; educ. Tübingen; diaconus at Grossbottwar, near Marbach, 1692; Luth. pasor at Hofen, near Lauffen on the Neckar, 1703; influenced by J. R. Hedinger*; deposed for his pietism and separatism 1706; to the Wetterau, Hesse, where he became leader of Inspirationists; hymnist. See also Amana Society.

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