The Study of Theology in Bermany, especially at Leipzig

Caspar René Gregory
1891 Expository Times  
is as yet much lcss an institute for general education, for giving well-to-do young men a certain literary and scientific polish, than it is in England or even in America. A man who aims only at such well-bred refinement is usually satisfied with the last, or next to the last, class in the g~'111naS111111 ; and, in fact, in a good school he is then, perhaps, about as far on as the Oxford or Cambridge pass-man. One who enters the University decides then, upon entering, what profession he will
more » ... ofession he will embrace. The fact, however, that the student, at this comparatively early period of his course, determines the work he will do in
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