See also:rich Adolf, studied
See also:theology at
See also:Halle and
See also:Jena, and became pastor successively at
See also:Frankfort (1819),
See also:Ruhrort (1823), Gemarke, near
See also:Barmen in the Wupperthal (1825), and
See also:Elberfeld (1834) . In 1847 he received an
See also:appointment to the Trinity
See also:Church in Berlin, and in 1853 he became
See also:chaplain at
See also:Potsdam . He was an influential
See also:promoter of the Evangelical
See also:Alliance . His best-known
See also:works are
See also:Elias der Thisbiter (1828–1833; 6th ed . 1874; Eng. trans . 1838); Elisa (1837) and Das Passionsbuch, der leidende Christus (1854, in
See also:English The Suffering Saviour, 187o) . His Autobiography was published in 1869 (Eng. trans . 1871) . EMIL- WILHELM KRUMMACHER (1798–1886), another son, was
See also:born at Mors in 1798 . In 1841 he became pastor in
See also:Duisburg . He wrote, amongst other works, Herzensmanna aus Luthers Werken (1852) . His son Hermann (1828—189o), who was appointed Consistorialrath in
See also:Stettin in 1877, was the author of Deutsches Leben in Nordamerika (1874) .
JOHANN FRIEDRICH (1836— )
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