Brockhaus, Friedrich Clemens

Brockhaus, Friedrich Clemens a Protestant theologian of Germany, a son of Hermann, was born at Dresden, February 14, 1837. He studied at Jena and Leipsic, was in 1860 appointed catechist of St. Peter's at Leipsic, and, in 1865 pastor of St. John's there. In 1867 he commenced his lectures at the University of Leipsic by publishing his Nicolai Cusani de Concilii Universalis Potestate Sententia Explicatur. In 1871 he was appointed professor extraordinarius, and died November 10, 1877. Besides, he wrote Gregor von Heimburg (Leipsic, 1861): — Aurelius Prudentius Clemens in seiner Bedeutung fur die Kirche seiner Zeit., with an appendix: die Uebersetzung des Gedichtes Apotheosis (ibid. 1872): — Letzte Predigt (published after his death, in 1878): — also Ausgewahlte Predigten (1880). (B.P.)

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