Hille, Wilhelm

Hille, Wilhelm a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born February 16, 1803. He studied at Gottingen, was from 1824 to 1833 teacher at the gymnasia in Wolfenbrittel and Helmstadt, in 1833 pastor at Marienthal, in 1834 superintendent, in 1840 general superintendent and pastor primarius at Helmstadt, and in 1845 member of consistory. In 1875 he retired from his many positions, and died October 2, 1880. As Christianity had become a reality in Hille, who had freed himself from the fetters of rationalism, he became to many a leader to Christ. He published, Oratiunuae Synodales (Helmstidt, 1844): — Das Kirchenjahr (Berlin, 1858): — Zeugnisse von Christo (1859). See Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 1:557. (B.P.)

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