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Gottfried Thomasius (1802–1875)

Thomasius, Gottfried. A German theological writer; born at Egenhausen, in Franconia, July 26, 1802; died professor of dogmatics at Erlangen, Jan. 24, 1875. Among his writings are: ‘Origen’ (1837); ‘Contributions to Christology’ (1845); ‘The Person and the Work of Christ’ (1852); ‘Resuscitation of Evangelical Life in the Lutheran Church of Bavaria’ (1867); ‘History of Christian Dogma’ (1874).