Lauri Ingman

Lars (Lauri) Johannes Ingman (30 June 1868, in Teuva – 25 October 1934, in Turku) was a Finnish theologian, bishop and politician. From 1916 to 1930 he was the professor of practical theology in the University of Helsinki. He was also a member of the conservative National Coalition Party, where he acted as the speaker of the parliament and a minister in several cabinets, and served as the Prime Minister of Finland twice, in 1918–1919 and 1924–1925.[1][2] In 1930 he was elected Archbishop of Turku, head of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland.

The Most Reverend

Lauri Ingman
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Archbishop of Turku
In office
1930–1934
Preceded byGustaf Johansson
Succeeded byErkki Kaila
3rd Prime Minister of Finland
In office
31 May 1924 – 31 March 1925
PresidentKaarlo Juho Ståhlberg
Lauri Kristian Relander
Preceded byAimo Cajander
Succeeded byAntti Tulenheimo
In office
27 November 1918 – 17 April 1919
PresidentKaarlo Juho Ståhlberg
Preceded byJuho Kusti Paasikivi
Succeeded byKaarlo Castrén
Personal details
Born30 June 1868 (1868-06-30)
Teuva, Grand Duchy of Finland, Russian Empire
Died25 October 1934(1934-10-25) (aged 66)
Turku, Finland
Political partyNational Coalition Party

CabinetsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ministerikortisto". Valtioneuvosto.[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Edustajamatrikkeli". Eduskunta. Archived from the original on 2012-04-05.
Political offices
Preceded by
Johannes Lundson
Speaker of the Parliament of Finland
1918
Succeeded by
Ernst Nevanlinna
Preceded by
Juho Kusti Paasikivi
Prime Minister of Finland
1918–1919
Succeeded by
Kaarlo Castrén
Preceded by
Aimo Cajander
Prime Minister of Finland
1924–1925
Succeeded by
Antti Tulenheimo
Religious titles
Preceded by
Gustaf Johansson
Archbishop of Turku
1930–1934
Succeeded by
Erkki Kaila