Endemann, Samuel

Endemann, Samuel a Reformed theologian of Germany, was born March 18, 1727, at Carlsdorf. He studied at Marburg and Rinteln, was in 1750 preacher at Jesberg, in Hesse, and in 1753 at Hanau. In 1766 he was appointed member of consistory, and in 1767 became professor of theology and Hebrew at the gymnasium in the latter place. In 1782 he accepted a call as professor of theology to Marburg, and died there May 31, 1789, leaving, Institutiones Theologiae Dogmatical (Hanover, 1777, 2 volumes): — Institutiones Theologiae Moralis (Frankfort, 1780, 2volumes): — Compendium Theologiae (ibid. 1782): — Sciagraphia (Marburg, 1783): — Compendium Theologiae Moralis (Frankfort, 1784). His Compendium Theologiae Dogmaticae was edited and published by A.J. Arnoldi (Hanover, 1790). See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands, s.v.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:305, 313. (B.P.)

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