Heubner, Heinrich Leonhard
Heubner, Heinrich Leonhard a German theologian, was born at Lauterbach, Saxony, June 2, 1780, and was educated at Wittenberg. In 1811 he was made professor extraordinary of theology, in 1817 third director of the Theological Seminary at Wittenberg, and in 1832 first director. In this office he served faithfully and laboriously until his death, Feb. 12, 1853. His piety was marked, and saved him from neology and false philosophy. His writings include 'the following, viz.: Interpretatio Miraculorum Novi Testamenti historico grammatica (Wittenb. 1807): — Kirchenpostille (Halle, 1854, 2 vols.): — Predigten (Berl. 1847; Magdeburg, 1851): — Praktische Erklarung d. N. Test. (Potsdam, 1855): — Katechisnus-Predigten (Halle, 1855); also a revised and much enlarged edition of Buchner's Biblische Handconcordans (Halle, 1840-1853). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biogr. Géneralé, 25, 599; Tholuck, in Herzog, Real-Encyklop. 6, 64.