Eugen Sachsse

Eugen Friedrich Ferdinand Sachsse (August 20, 1839 December 20, 1917) was a German Protestant theologian born in Cologne.

He studied theology in Bonn and Berlin, receiving his habilitiation in 1863 with a thesis on the Pietism of Philipp Jakob Spener. From 1871, he served at the rectory in Hamm, where in 1872 he became district school superintendent (Kreischulinspektor). In 1883, he was appointed director of the minister's seminary in Herborn.

From 1890 to 1913, he was a professor of practical theology to the Evangelical Theological Faculty at the University of Bonn. He was co-editor of Halte was du hast ("Hold what you have"), a magazine of pastoral theology. A few of his better known written works are:



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