Rambach, Friedrich Eberhard

Rambach, Friedrich Eberhard a Lutheran theologian of Germany, was born at Pfullendorf, near Gotha, August 24, 1708. He studied at Halle, was in 1730 teacher there, in 1734 deacon, in 1736 preacher at Teupitz, in 1740 deacon at Halle, in 1766 member of the upper consistory at Breslau, and died in 1775. Rambach is best known as translator of the works of Sherlock, Roques, Lenfant, Bentley, Saurin, Chatelain, Serces, Doddridge, Kidder, Stackhouse, Waatt, Sarpi, and others. See Doring, Die gelehrten Theologen Deutschlands,

s.v.; Winer, Handbuch der theol. Lit. 1:250, 438, 607, 667, 678, 683. 2:29; Plitt-Herzog, Real-Encyklop. s.v. (B.P.)

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