Date and language: 1856 - Dutch
Translation: Otto von Gerlach
was a German theologian. He started his career in 1835, as
preacher at the Saint Elisabeth church in Berlin. He was also
involved with social work. In the course of this work he founded
an association of unemployed persons and he appealed to King
Frederick William IV of Prussia, for support for the construction
of a hospital. In 1847, Otto von Gerlach was appointed by
the king as the fourth most important minister. In 1849, he
was appointed as a professor to the University of Berlin.
In 1856, his Bible translation, which was a large-scale
revision of the old and New Testament from the text of Luther,
God's name: We are showing
two footnotes: at Genesis 15:2 and at Exodus 5:2.