Mallet, Friedrich Ludwig

Mallet, Friedrich Ludwig a distinguished Reformed theologian of Germany, was born August 4, 1793, at Braunfels, near Wetzlar. He studied at Herborn and Tubingen, and was in 1815 appointed assistant to pastor Buch of St. Michael's, at Bremen, whom he succeeded in 1817. In 1827 he was called to the pastorate of St. Stephen's, and died May 5, 1865. Mallet was a most excellent preacher, and a prolific writer. His publications, however, are mostly polemic, caused by the rationalism and infidelity which he sought to combat. See Zuchold, Bibl. Theol. 2:849 sq.; Hupfeld, Friedrich Ludwig Mallet (1865); Meurer, Zur Erinnerung an Friedr. Ludw. Mallet (1866); Wilkens, Friedrich Mallet, der Zeuge der Wahrheit (1872); Plitt-Herzog, RealEncyklop. s.v. (B.P.)

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