Christlieb, Theodor, Phd, Dd
Christlieb, Theodor, Ph.D., D.D.
a German theologian, was born at Birkenfeld, Wuirtemburg, March 7, 1833. He studied at Tubingen from 1851 to 1855, and in 1863 became pastor of a German congregation in London. In 1865 he became pastor at Friedrichshafen, on the lake of Constance, and in 1868 professor of practical theology and university preacher at Bonn. He died August 15,1889. He was a member of the Evangeli al Alliance Conference of 1873, and read a paper before that body. He was a Knight of the Red Eagle. Among his works the chief ones are, Modern Doubt and Christian Belief (1874): — Protestant Missions to the Heathen; a General Survey (1882). See The Homiletic Review, October 1889, page 366; The Missionary Review of the World, November 1889, page 872.