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Gruber, Levi Franklin

(May 13, 1870–December 5, 1941). Luth. pastor, prof., lecturer. B. near Reading, Pennsylvania; educ. Neff Coll., Philadelphia, Keystone State Normal School [called Kutztown State Coll. since 1927], Muhlenberg Coll., Allentown, and Luth. Theol. Sem., Mount Airy, Philadelphia; pastor Utica, New York, and Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota; pres. Chicago Luth. Theol. Sem., Maywood, Illinois, 1926–41. Works include The Wittenberg Originals of the Luther Bible; Whence Came the Universe?; The Six Creative Days; What After Death?; The First English New Testament and Luther; Documentary Sketch of the Reformation; The Einstein Theory.


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