George J. Fritschel

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Prof. George J. Fritschel or Georg Johann Fritschel DD (1867–1941) was a German-Iowan Lutheran theologian who taught in Dubuque, Iowa.[1][2][3]

He is to be distinguished from his father Gottfried Fritschel, also an Iowa-German Lutheran Professor who published in the Zeitschrift für die gesammte lutherische Theologie und Kirche in the 1860s.

Works[edit]

  • The Formula of Concord, its origin and contents 1916

References[edit]

  1. ^ photo from obituary article
  2. ^ Life of Geo. J. Fritschel written after he had a stroke 1936
  3. ^ Herman L Fritschel Biography of Professor Dr. Conrad Sigmund Fritschel. 1951 "Professor George Fritschel, DD, graduated from the College and Seminary at Mendota and Thiel College at Greenville, Pa. ... He entered upon these services in 1906 and continued them for 30 years, when a stroke disabled him"