Ulber, Christian Samuel

Ulber, Christian Samuel a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born Aug. 26, 1714, at Landshult, in Silesia. He studied at Jena; was appointed pastor at Heinersdorf, in Silesia, in 1737; in 1741 he was called to his native place, and in 1757 to Hamburg, where he died Aug. 27, 1776. Ulber was not only a man of great learning, but also a good pulpit orator. His numerous writings are more of an ascetical nature, valuable indeed for their time, hut less so now. They are enumerated in Döring, Gelehrt Theologian Deutschlands, 4:547 sq. (B. P.)

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