Muller, Heinrich Daniel
Muller, Heinrich Daniel a German theologian, was born at Buchenau, in Hesse-Darmstadt, September 24, 1712. He was educated at Giessen, Marburg, Halle, and Jena. In 1742 he was appointed city minister and definitor at Giessen, and in 1748 professor extraordinary of theology. In 1749 he followed a call to Echzell, in Hesse-Darmstadt, as metropolitan and pastor primarius; became in 1777 inspector of the convent of the same place, and died March 22, 1797. His most important works are, Diss. de Christo Deo magno vero et benedicto ad Titus 2:13; 1 John 5:20; Romans 9:5 (Jenae, 1736, 4to): —Diss. inaug. de existentia Dei et revelationis ejusque criteriis (Gissae, 1739, 4to): — Disquisitio philosophica de quantitate (ibid. 1746, 4to): —Theses philosophicae (ibid. 1746, 4to): — Commentatio philosophica de systemate harmoniae praestabilitae, qua comprimis quaeritur, an libertatem tollat hoc systema? (ibid. 1746, 4to): — Progr. de Philosopho practico (ibid. 1748, 4to): — Diss. theologica de absoluto electionis et reprobationis decreto (ibid. 1749, 4to): — Diss. de incredulitate finali (ibid. 1749, 4to): — Commentario de Messia Doctore justitiae ad Joel 2:23, qua exercitium disputatorium cum selectis theologqia cultoribus instituendum significat (ibid. 1750, 4to). See Doring, Gelehr. Theol. Deutschluinds, 4:580 sq.