Borghardt, Ludwig Immanuel

Borghardt, Ludwig Immanuel a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born at Magdeburg, Nov. 29, 1804. He studied theology, philosophy, and philology at Berlin. After completing his studies there, he entered the theological seminary at Wittenberg, where Nitzsch, Heubner, and Rothe were his teachers. In 1834 he went as pastor to Gross-Saize; in 1840 he was called to Kloster -

Groningen, and in 1846 as court chaplain and superintendent of Stendal. In 1867 he was appointed member of consistory and second general superintendent of the province of Saxony. He died at his native place, June 21. 1870. See Zum Geddchtniss von L. I. Borghardt (Magdeburg, 1870). (B. P.)

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