Lauri Ingman

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Lauri Ingman, 1930

Lauri Ingman [ ˈlɑu̯ri ˈiŋmɑn ] (born June 30, 1868 in Teuva , † October 25, 1934 in Turku ; actually Lars Johannes Ingman ) was a Finnish theologian and politician .

Lauri Ingman was Professor of Practical Theology at Helsinki University from 1916 to 1930 . In 1930 he succeeded Gustaf Johansson as Archbishop of Finland with his seat in Turku (Åbo). As such, was instrumental in drafting the Church Law for Finland and in the catechism work.

In his political offices, Ingman was an important representative of the conservative National Collection Party . In the 1920s he served as education minister in four governments. From November 1918 to April 1919 and from May 1924 to March 1925 he was Prime Minister of Finland . In the years 1907-1919 and 1922-1929 he was also a member of parliament.


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predecessor Office successor
Gustaf Johansson Archbishop of Turku
Erkki Kaila