Muller, Johann Gottlieb
Muller, Johann Gottlieb a German theologian, who labored largely for the elevation of the masses and the spreading of holiness among the rural population of Germany, was born at Waldorf, near Lobau, October 30, 1760. He was educated at the University of Wittenberg. He was appointed in 1784 minister at Podrosche, near Muskau; in 1802 minister at Jtnkendorf and Ullersdorf, near Niesky; and in 1809 minister at Neukirch, near Bautzen, where he died, Jan. 11,1829. His most important works are, Ueber die schrecklichen Faolgen oder Wirkungen des Aufuhrs (Gbrlitz, 1793, 8vo): — Oberlausitzische Reformationsgeschichte (ibid. 1801, 8vo): — Christoph Fromman zu Lobethal, oder: Der Landmann als Christ, wie er sein sollte und ist. Esin Christliches Sittenbuch fur den lieben Bauernstand (ibid. 1803, 8vo). See Doring, Gelehrte Theol. Deutschlands, 4:590, 591.