(181488). Luth. theol.; b. Greiz, Ger.; educ. Halle; taught at Berlin 1842; prof. Breslau 1844, Leipzig 1850. At first defended confessional Lutheranism; joined Old* Lutherans 1848. Later adopted a subordinationist view (see Subordinationism) and divergent views on Scripture and the Lord's Supper. Works include Der innere Gang des deutschen Protestantismus; Die lutherische Dogmatik historisch-genetisch dargestellt. See also Kenosis.
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