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I can picture it in my mind’s eye. The marbled hall is overflowing with students intent on hearing a master expound scripture. In the mingling of young men from a hundred lands, the murmur of a Pentecost of languages fills the air. In full view a full-bearded rabbi-like figure is seated, and begins to give pointers to those gathered at his feet. “For the Old Testament,” he says, “you can do no better than purchase a copy of Keil and Delitzsch. I recommend it highly.”