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Salomon Deyling was a Lutheran theologian, born on September 14, 1677, at Weida, in south-eastern Germany. He studied at the University of Wittenberg, where he became master in 1699. In 1703 he became adjunct in the faculty of philosophy, and in 1710 doctor in theology. In 1716 he was made general superintendent at Eisleben, and moved to take up the in 1720 pastorate of the Nicolaikirche at Leipzig in 1720, remaining there professor of theology for the remainder of his life. He died on August 5, 1755.

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  • Salomon Deyling (* 14. September 1677 in Weida; † 5. August 1755 in Leipzig) war ein deutscher evangelisch-lutherischer Theologe.
  • Salomon Deyling was a Lutheran theologian, born on September 14, 1677, at Weida, in south-eastern Germany. He studied at the University of Wittenberg, where he became master in 1699. In 1703 he became adjunct in the faculty of philosophy, and in 1710 doctor in theology. In 1716 he was made general superintendent at Eisleben, and moved to take up the in 1720 pastorate of the Nicolaikirche at Leipzig in 1720, remaining there professor of theology for the remainder of his life. He died on August 5, 1755.
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  • Salomon Deyling (* 14. September 1677 in Weida; † 5. August 1755 in Leipzig) war ein deutscher evangelisch-lutherischer Theologe.
  • Salomon Deyling was a Lutheran theologian, born on September 14, 1677, at Weida, in south-eastern Germany. He studied at the University of Wittenberg, where he became master in 1699. In 1703 he became adjunct in the faculty of philosophy, and in 1710 doctor in theology. In 1716 he was made general superintendent at Eisleben, and moved to take up the in 1720 pastorate of the Nicolaikirche at Leipzig in 1720, remaining there professor of theology for the remainder of his life. He died on August 5, 1755. Johann Sebastian Bach is believed to have composed his Epiphany Cantata, Alles nur nach Gottes Willen after listening to a sermon by Salomon.
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