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Cramer, Johann Andreas, born Jan. 27, 1723, at Jönstadt or Johann-Georgen-Stadt, in the Saxon Harz, where his father was pastor. After studying at the University of Leipzig, where he graduated M.A. in 1745, he was in 1748 appointed preacher at Crellwitz, near Lützen, and in 1750 Court Preacher and member of the Consistory at Quedlinburg. Four years later he became German Court Preacher to King Frederick V. of Denmark, at Copenhagen. There he obtained great fame as a preacher and teacher; and was appointed in 1765 Professor of Theology in the University. But after the accession of Charles VII., in 1766, the free-thinking party in the State gradually gained the ascendancy, and procured his removal; whereupon he was appointed, in 1771, Super… Go to person page >
Display Title: In deiner liebe, Gott, nicht zu erkaltenFirst Line: In deiner liebe, Gott, nicht zu erkaltenAuthor: J. A. CramerDate: 1817Subject: Von den Pflichten gegen Gott | Umgang mit guten Menschen, ein Mittel, sich in Liebe und Gehorsam gegen Gott zu erhalten