Muhlhausser, Carl August

Muhlhausser, Carl August a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born in 1825, at Kleinkems, in Baden. He studied at Heidelberg, was for some time vicar and deacon at Carlsrulie, and in 1852 pastor at Sulzfeld. In 1857 he was called as member of the ecclesiastical council to Heidelberg, but retired in 1864, when the liberal party had obtained its influence upon ecclesiastical affairs. He went as pastor to Wilferdingen, where he died January 20, 1881. Mihlhausser seemed to have been predestinated to be the leader of the Christian party of his country. Everywhere his counsel was asked for, and his work was appreciated by the Bonn University, which honored him with the doctorate of divinity. He published, Die christliche Weltanschauung ( Heilbronn, 1876): Christenthum und die Presse (ibid. eod.): — he also edited R. Rothe's Erste Brief Johannis praktisch erklart (Wittenberg, 1878). (B.P.)

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