LöfFler, fRiedrich sImon
Löffler, Friedrich Simon a German Protestant theologian, nephew of the celebrated philosopher Leibnitz, was born at Leipzic August 9, 1669, and was educated at the university of his native place. In 1689 he became magister of philosophy and bachelor of divinity. In 1695 he was appointed pastor at Probstheida, and served his people until 1745, when, on account of age, he was mande emeritus preacher. He died in 1748. He wrote Specimen exeges. s. de operarsiis in vinea: — Diss. de litteris Bellerophonteis; etc.