Konig, Christian Gottlieb
Konig, Christian Gottlieb a German theologian of note, was born at Altdorf March 26, 1711, and was educated at the university of his native place. In 1734 he was appointed professor at Giessen University, but resigned this position only two years later. In 1742 he became pastor at Elberfeld, and remained there until 1747, when he removed to Amsterdam, where he taught the Oriental languages. He died at Leyden in 1782. His principal work is Weissagung Mosis inn den letzten Tagen (Frankfort, 1741, fol.). A list of his writings is given in Doring's Geleherte Taheol. Deutschl. ii, 152 sq.