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Missionary

Jacob Heinrichs, German missionary.

Background

Heinrichs, Jacob was born on March 2, 1860 in Allenstein, Germany. Son of Jacob and Wilhelmine (Dobrizinski) Heinrichs.

Education

Came to the United States, 1881. Student of University of Rochester, 1885-1886, Doctor of Divinity, 1914. Graduate Rochester Theological Seminary, 1889.

S.T.D., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1933.

Career

Ministry, 1889; sent as missionary to India, 1889. Evangelistic work, 1889-1895. President Baptist Mission Theological Seminary, Ramapatnam, S. India, 1895-1917.

Sent on special mission to Persia, 1907, to Russia, 1909, to Alsace, 1920. Author: Introduction to the Bible, 1898. Ecelesiology, 1898; Commentary on Romans, 1903.

New Testament History, 1915. Commentary on Revelation, 1916—all in Telugu language Dean and professor systematic theology, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1918-1933, retired as dean emeritus. Home: 44A South St., Middlebury, Vt.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Introduction to the Bible, 1898. Ecelesiology, 1898

    • Commentary on Romans, 1903. New Testament History, 1915.Commentary on Revelation, 1916—all in Telugu language Dean and professor systematic theology, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, Chicago, 1918-1933, retired as dean emeritus.

Connections

Married Lydia V. Fleischmann, August 6, 1889. Children: Edgar J. (deceased), Waldo H., Doris L., (deceased), Margaret M., Conrad L. ordained Baptist.

father:
Jacob Heinrichs

mother:
Wilhelmine (Dobrizinski) Heinrichs

spouse:
Lydia V. Fleischmann

child:
Edgar J. Heinrichs (deceased)

child:
Waldo H. Heinrichs

child:
Doris L. Heinrichs

child:
(deceased) Heinrichs

child:
Margaret M. Heinrichs

child:
Conrad L. Ordained Bapt Heinrichs