Frick, Elias a German theologian, was born at Ulm, November 2, 1673, and died February 7, 1751. He studied at the gymnasium of his native city and at the universities of Leipsic and Jena, and in 1704 was pastor at Boehringen, in 1708 pastor at Bermaringen, in 1712 preacher in Ulm, in 1729 professor of morals in the gymnasium of Ulm, and also, in 1739, head librarian. We have from him De Studio pacis et benevolentiae omnium erga omnes (1704): — Diss. i et ii de cura veterum circa haereses (Ulm, 1704 and 1736), followed by his treatise De Catechisatione veteris et recentioris Ecclesice: — Hellleuchtende Wahrheit der Lehre vom heiligen Abendmahl, etc. (Ulm, 1725). — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Gen. 18:871.