Crugot, Martin

Crugot, Martin a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born at Bremen, January 5, 1725. Under Iken and Nonne he prepared himself for the ministry, without attending any university. In 1746 he accepted a call to Herford; in 1747 went to Carolath; in 1748 was called as second preacher to Blomberg, but returned again to Carolath, where he died, September 5, 1790, leaving Sermons, besides some ascetical works, as Morgen- und Abendgedanken (Zullichau, 1777): — Das Wesentliche in der Christlichen Sittens- und Glaubenslehre (Sajan, 1776): — Der Christ in der Einsamkeit (Breslau, 1761; 5th ed. 1779). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, 1:288 sq. (B.P.)

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