Lauri Ingman (1868-1934) was a Finnish theologian, clergyman 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 a minister in several cabinets, before becoming the Prime Minister of Finland twice, 1918-1919 and 1924-1925. In 1930 he was appointed Archbishop of Turku, and head of the Church of Finland.