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Spangenberg

(387 words)

Author(s): Wolff, Jens
[German Version] 1. Johann (Mar 29, 1484, Hardegsen – Jun 13, 1550, Eisleben). After attending school in Göttingen (1501) and Einbeck (1502), Spangenberg began his university studies at Erfurt in the fall of 1508, receiving his bachelor’s degree in 1511. He served as head of the Latin school in Stolberg (Harz) and in 1524 was appointed pastor in Nordhausen (Harz), where he improved the town school. In June of 1546 he was called to Eisleben as inspector of the churches in comital Mansfeld; while ther…

Poach, Andreas

(223 words)

Author(s): Wolff, Jens
[German Version] (1515, Eilenburg, Saxony – Apr 1, 1585, Utenbach, near Jena), Protestant theologian. He began his studies at Wittenberg in 1530, was taught by Luther, and received his M.A. in 1538. In 1541 he was appointed archdeacon in Jena and in 1542 at the Marienkirche in Halle. In 1547, after having been displaced by the Schmalkaldic War (Schmalkaldic League), he was appointed pastor in Nordhausen. In 1550 he became pastor of the Augustinian church in Erfurt, where he served as senior pastor of the Erfurt clergy (1561) and after 1566 as professor of the Augsburg ¶ Confession. In 1569 …

Poach

(185 words)

Author(s): Wolff, Jens
[English Version] Poach, Andreas (1515 Eilenburg, Sachsen – 2.4.1585 Utenbach bei Jena), ev. Theologe. Studium seit 1530 in Wittenberg als Lutherschüler, 1538 M.A., 1541 Archidiakonus in Jena und 1542 in Halle/Saale an der Marienkirche, 1547 nach der Vertreibung durch den Schmalkaldischen Krieg (Schmalkaldischer Bund) Pfarrer in Nordhausen und seit 1550 an der Augustinerkirche in Erfurt, wo er Senior des Geistl. Ministeriums (1561) und ab 1566 Prof. der Augsburger Konfession (Augsburger Bekenntnis)…

Spangenberg

(270 words)

Author(s): Koch, Ernst | Wolff, Jens
[English Version] 1.Johann , (29.3.1484 Hardegsen – 13.6.1550 Eisleben). Nach Schulbesuch in Göttingen (1501) und Einbeck (1502) seit Herbst 1508 Studium in Erfurt, Frühjahr 1511 Bacc. Rektor der Lateinschule Stolberg, Harz, 1524 Pfarrer Nordhausen, Harz, Aufbau der Stadtschule. Juni 1546 Berufung als Inspektor der gräflich mansfeldischen Kirchen nach Eisleben, dort Kampf gegen das Interim. Tatkräftiger Förderer der Reformation durch lit. Tätigkeit (Katechismen, Schullehrbücher, Bibel- und Kirchen…