Mack, Martin Joseph

Mack, Martin Joseph a Roman Catholic theologian of Germany, was born February 17, 1805. In 1832 he was professor of New-Test, exegesis at Tublngen, and in 1839-40 rector magnificus of the university. His publication of Die Einsegnung der gemischten Ehen (Tubingen, 1840) brought him in conflict with the government. He was deposed from his office, and relegated to the Ziegelbach parish in Wiirtemberg. He died September 24, 1885, leaving, Bericht uber Strauss' kritische Bearbeitung des Lebens Jesu (Tubingen, 1837): — Commentar uber die Pastoral briefe des Apostels Paulus (2d ed. 1841). See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:552. (B.P.)

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