Budinger, Moses Mardochai, Phd
Budinger, Moses Mardochai, Ph.D.
a German Jewish writer, was born January 20, 1784, at Mardorf, near Marburg. For twelve years he acted as teacher at different places of his native country, and, after having enlarged his knowledge, he went in 1815 to Marburg, where he attended theological and philosophical lectures. From Marburg he went to Cassel, and from thence to Stuttgart, to return again to Cassel in 1825, where he was appointed inspector and instructor of the newly opened teachers' seminary. He died January 31, 1841. Budinger is the author of religious discourses, which he delivered on Sabbath days; besides he published a number of school-books, very valuable in his day. See Furst, Bibl. Jud. 1:136; Kayserling, Bibliothek judischer Kanzelredner, 1:406 sq.; Steinheim, M.M. Biidinger, Lebensbeschreibung (Altona, 1844). (B.P.)