Veringer, Andreas

Veringer, Andreas a Protestant theologian of Germany, was born at Herrenberg, Würtemberg, in the year 1553. In 1588 he was appointed deacon at his native place; was called in 1590 as pastor to Chemnitz, in Hungary, and in 1595 to Feldsperg, in Austria. When the Lutherans had to leave the country, he returned to his native land; was in 1601 pastor at Rosenfeld; advanced in 1603 as superintendent at Freudenstadt; was called in 1608 to Stuttgart; advanced there in 1609 as member of consistory and court-preacher; and died as abbot of Alpirspach Nov. 15, 1609. See Firchlin, Memoria Theologorums Wurtembergenssium; Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten- Lexikon, s.v. .(B. P.)

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