Birnbaum Christian Gotthelf

Birnbaum Christian Gotthelf a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Dresden, May 28, 1651. He studied at different universities; in 1683 was deacon at Zwickau, and accompanied Prince Johann George IV as chaplain through Germany, the Netherlands, France, and England. In 1687 he was made superintendent of Coldiz, and in 1694 of Grimma. In 1699 he received the degree of doctor of theology at Leipsic; in 1703 was pastor at Prenzlow, and in 1709 at New Ruppin, where he died in 1722. He wrote, De Liberatione a Lege per Christumn Facta: — De Impotentia Vi'rium Humanarum in Spiritualibus. See Dietmann, Churslchssiche Priestersch. ii, 1081; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

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