Stirm, Carl H

Stirm, Carl H., a German doctor of theology and member of consistory, was born Sept. 22, 1799, at Schorndorf. His first ministerial duties he discharged at Unterensingen, but from 1836 he was court chaplain and member of consistory at Stuttgart, where he died, April 21, 1873. Stirm is best known as the author of Apologie des Christenthums in Briefen fur gebildete Leser (Stuttgart, 2d ed. 1856), which has been widely circulated. He also published Sermons and Essays, contained in the Studien der evangelischen. Geistlichkeit Würtembergs. See Winer, Handbuch der theol. Literatur, 2, 103, 319; Zuchold, Bibl. Theolog. 2, 1278. (B.P.)

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