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KRUMMACHER, Friedrich Wilhelm, clergyman, born in Duisburg, Prussia, in 1796; died in Potsdam, Prussia, 10 December, 18680 His father, Fried-rich Adolph Krummacher, was an eminent German theologian and writer. The son held a pastorate in Germany, and, although a minister of the Reformed church, was a zealous advocate of the older Lutheranism, and gave great offence by his denunciation of rationalists. He came to New York in 1843, declined a theological professorship in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, and afterward returned to Germany, settling in Berlin in 1847. Among his numerous works, many of which have been translated into English, are " Flying Roll of Free Grace Displayed" (New York, 1841); " Elijah the Tishbite" (1847); " The Martyr Lamb " (1849); "The Last Days of Elisha" (1852); " The Risen Redeemer" (1863); and "Bunsen and Stahl" (Berlin, 1856). Among his later devotional works are "Gottes Wort" (Berlin, 1865), and "David, der Konig yon Israel" (1866; English translation, 1870). His sermons were published (Berlin, 1868), and his autobiography edited by his daughter, which was translated into English (London, 1871).
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