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Tholuck, FRIEDRICH AUGUST GOTTREU (1799-1877), a distinguished German theologian, was born at Breslau, and became professor of theology in Berlin in 1824, and in 1826 professor at Halle, which latter post he held for over fifty years. He was a man of great learning anhd piety, and was an acknowledged leader of Protestant thought in Germany. He wrote numerous theological works, some of which have been translated into English in Clark's Biblical Cabinet (vols. ii., v., vi., xii., xx., xxvii., xxxviii., and xxxix.) and in Clark's Foreign Theological Library.