(August 31, 1862July 22, 1937). B. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; educ. U. of Pennsylvania, Luth. Sem. at Philadelphia, and Leipzig; ordained 1888; pastor NYC; pres. Muhlenberg Coll., Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1904. Leader in the General* Council of the Ev. Luth. Ch. in N. Am. Works include Trends of Thought and Christian Truth; In the Light of Faith; Freedom and Christian Conduct; The Unity of Faith and Knowledge; The Truth of Faith; What Ought I to Believe: A Moral Test; The Christian Way of Liberty; Christianity and Its Contrasts; Annotations on the Gospel According to St. Mark; Bible Literature. Coed. The Lutheran Cyclopedia (1899).
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