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Zöckler, Otto

(1833–1906). Prominent Luth. theol.; b. Grünberg, Hesse; educ. Giessen; mem. of Prussian* Union; influenced by Erlangen school; prof. Giessen; prof. Greifswald to end of life. Zöckler was a prolific writer, chiefly on apologetic subjects regarding the inner harmony of revealed religion and true science. His best book on these is perhaps Gottes Zeugen im Reich der Natur. He wrote commentaries in J. P. Lange's* commentary; with H. L. Strack* ed. a commentary on the Bible; ed. Handbuch der theologischen Wissenschaften and Evangelische Kirchen-Zeitung (founded by E. W. Hengstenberg*).


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