Leopold Otto

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Leopold Otto
L. M. von Otto.jpg
Born (1819-11-02)November 2, 1819
Warsaw, Congress Poland
Died September 22, 1882(1882-09-22) (aged 62)
Warsaw, Congress Poland
Nationality Polish
Occupation Lutheran pastor, national activist
Religion Lutheranism

Pastor Leopold v. Otto also Leopold Marcin von Otto (2 November 1819 in Warsaw - 22 September 1882 in Warsaw) was a Lutheran Pastor of the German Community in Warsaw and Poland and a national activist, participant of the patriotic manifestation of 1861 in Warsaw. In 1866–1875 Otto worked in Cieszyn. He published a book about the "Deutsche Evangelische Gemeinde" (German Protestant Community Zwiastun Ewangeliczny) and also wrote sermons and religious writings.

In theology he was a supporter of Lutheran orthodoxy and starkly rejected liberal theology and rationalistic interpretaion of the Bible.

His second wife was Emilia Izabela Linde (1826–1857), daughter of Samuel Linde, Polish linguist.

Works[edit]

  • Beitrag zur Geschichte der Evangelisch-Augsburgischen Gemeinde zu Warschau, Druck bei A Gins, Warschau 1882
  • Rozmyślania i kazania (1887)
  • Dra ks Leopolda Marcina Otto rozmyślania i kazania (1887)
  • Postyla, czyli Wykład ewangelij i listów na wszystkie niedziele i święta uroczyste roku kościelnego (1892)
  • Wykład Objawienia św. Jana (1904)
  • Mniejszy katechizm Marcina Lutra Doktora św. Teologji (1916)

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