Albrecht, Georg

Albrecht, Georg, a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born Aug. 1,1601, at Pilnhofen, near Neuburg. He studied at Tubingen and Strasburg; was at first deacon at Augsburg; and when he had to leave the place, on account of his religion, he went to Gaildorf: and afterwards as superintendent to Nordlingen, where he died, Nov. 21, 1647. He wrote, Erklrung der Passion nach den vier Evangelien (Ulm, 1650), in sixty-four sermons: — Meletemata Festivalia (Frankfort, 1660): — Hierarchia (Economica (Nuremb. 1671): — Anti-Bellarminus Biblicus (Nordlingen, 1633), etc. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v.; Witte, Memoriae Theologorum. (B. P.)

 
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