Professor Gilbert on Biblical Interpretation

The recent resignation of Prof. G. H. Gilbert from the Chicago Theological Seminary, is a fact of special interest. To the praise and credit concerned, his retirement was effected without the precipitation of a heresy trial, and without the exhibition, by any one concerned, of aught but Christian courtesy and consideration.

The issue presented by Professor Gilbert, in his letter of resignation, is so important in itself and so impending in the minds of the world's religious teachers as to command general attention and stimulate much "silent hour meditation."

This is but one of many events which indicate a worldwide reaction against the restraints of traditionalism.

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Doctors Need not Go
May 30, 1901

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