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Lobt den hoechsten Jesus lebet

Lobt den hoechsten Jesus lebet

Author: Christoph Christian Sturm
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Author: Christoph Christian Sturm

Sturm, Christoph Christian, son of Johann Jakob Sturm, lawyer (Imperial notary) at Augsburg, was born at Augsburg, Jan. 25, 1740. He studied at tlie universities of Jena (M.A. 1761) and Halle. He was then appointed, in 1762, as one of the masters in the Paedagogium at Halle, and in 1765 became Conrector of the school at Sorau, in Brandenburg. In 1767 he returned to Halle as fourth pastor of the Market Church, and became third pastor in the same year. He left Halle in 1769, to become second pastor of the church of the Holy Spirit at Magdeburg, where he passed the happiest part of his professional life, and where he wrote most of his devotional works. Finally, in 1778, he was appointed chief pastor of St. Peter's Church at Hamburg. Here he at… Go to person page >

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First Line: Lobt den hoechsten Jesus lebet
Author: Christoph Christian Sturm
Copyright: Public Domain

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Kirchenbuch der Ev.- Luth.-Christus Gemeinde, in New York #d519

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