Feddersen, Jakob Friedrich

Feddersen, Jakob Friedrich a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born July 31, 1736, at Schleswig. He studied at Jena; was in 1760 preacher to the duke of Holstein- Augustenburg; and in 1769 third preacher of St. John's, at Magdeburg. In 1777 he was called to Brunswick, and in 1788 accepted a call to Altona, where he died at the end of the same year. He published a number of sermons, which are enumerated in Doring, Deutsche Kanzelredner, page 55 sq. See also Koch, Geschichte des deutschen Kirchenliedes, 6:296 sq.;

Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 2:252, 257, 321, 325, 328, 364, 383, 385. (B.P.)

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