Excerpt from The Graduate Bulletin, Vol. 6: July, 1901
He has labored, not only as one summoning up all his keen ness and painstaking care, but as a pious Christian who has had a sacred task placed in his hands, a duty which meant more than temporal happiness. In this respect... , one can not but com pare him with our great Luther. And, although he seems to have misunderstood the meaning of the Greek in a few places, he shows himself even superior to Luther in his rendering of the Epistles to the Corinthians.
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