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Frederic Louis Godet (1812-1900), one of the most influential Swiss Protestant Reformed scholars of his day was educated at the University of Neuchatel in Switzerland, studied Theology at Bonn and Berlin and was ordained to the ministry in 1836. From 1850 to 1873, he was professor of Biblica Exegesis and Critical Theology at the Theological School of the National Swiss Church of the canton. In 1873, he became one of the founders of the Free Evangelical Church of Neuchatel, professor of New Testament Exegesis in the Free Evangelical Theological School and a firm defender of the Orthodox Christian faith in a growing sea of liberalism. Among Godet's best known writings are Commentary on Luke, Commentary on John, Commentary on Romans, Commentary on First corinthians, Studies in the Old Testament, STudies in the NEw Testament, STudies in Paul's Epistles, and Lectures in Defense of the Christian Faith.
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