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David Henry Bauslin

theologian

David Henry Bauslin, American theologian.

Background

Bauslin, David Henry was born on January 21, 1854 in Winchester, Virginia, United States. Son of Michael and Martha (Bauslin) Bauslin.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Wittenberg College, 1876, Bachelor of Divinity, 1878 (Doctor of Divinity, 1890).

Career

Ordained Lutheran ministry, 1878. Pastor Tippecanoe City, O., 1878-1881, Bucyrus, O., 1881-1889. Sprinfigeld, O., 1889-1893, Canton, O., 1893-1896.

Professor practical theology, Wittenberg, Theological Seminary, since 1896, dean, since 1911. Editor Lutheran World, 1901-1912. President General Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States, 1905-1907.

President of the board directors Wittenberg College, 1895-1896. Author: Is the Ministry an Attractive Vocation? 1901. The Genesis of the “New Measure” Movement in the Lutheran Church in this Country.

The Lutheran Movement of the Sixteenth Century, 1919. Home: Springfield, O.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Clark, June 5, 1879.

father:
Michael Bauslin

mother:
Martha (Bauslin) Bauslin

spouse:
Elizabeth Clark