Lohdius, Carl Friedrich
Lohdius, Carl Friedrich a German theologian, was born at Grünberg, near Waldheim, December 13, 1748, and was educated at the University of Leipsic, where, in 1774, he obtained the degree of A.M. and the privilege of lecturing on theology. He became soon after morning preacher at the university. In 1780 he accepted a call to Grimma as dean, and in 1782 to Dresden. He died there August 4, 1809. Of his scholarly productions we only mention Delineatur imago doctrinae de conditione animi post mortem eo, quo Christus et Apostoli vixerunt, saeculo, diss. 1 et 2 (Lipsiae, 1790, 4to). See Doring, Gelehrte Theol. Deutschlands, s.v.