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A WRITER in the Religious herald, on the subject of ministerial education, assumes the position that the apostles were highly educated, having in their onset strong native intellect and good sound common sense; second, a thorough knowledge of Greek; and in the third place, they had a three years’ course of theological study, during which they were not allowed to preach except occasionally, when they were sent out two and two, that one might correct the mistakes of the other! What a pity that the modern false apostles have no one with them to correct their mistakes, not to say misrepresentations and palpable falsehoods.

December 30, 1836.

Elder Gilbert Beebe
Editorials Volume 1
Pages 338 – 339