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Blest be the man who daily

Blest be the man who daily

Author: Christoph Tietze
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Author: Christoph Tietze

Titius, Christoph, son of Christoph Titius or Tietze, pastor at Wilkau, near Kamslau, in Silesia, was born at Wilkau, May 24, 1641. He entered the St. Mary Magdalene Gymnasium, at Breslau, in 1654, and the Aegidien (St. Giles) Gymnasium at Nürnberg, in 1660. He matriculated as a student of Theology at the University of Altdorf, in 1662. After completing his studies at the University of Jena, in 1664, he acted for two years as a family tutor. On Aug. 24, 1666, he was ordained as pastor of Laubenzedel, near Gunzenhausen, in Franconia; and then became, in 1671, pastor at Henfenfeld, near Nürnberg. In 1685 he was appointed diaconus at Hersbruck, near Nürnberg, became archidiaconus in June, 1701, and in Nov., 1701, was appointed chief pastor… Go to person page >

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First Line: Blest be the man who daily
Author: Christoph Tietze
Copyright: Public Domain

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