When Philipp Melanchthon delivered his first lecture at the University of Wittenberg, in 1518, Dr. Martin Luther was impressed.
Melanchthon was the new Professor of Greek, and although he stuttered during his presentation, his call for theologians to go “back to the sources, back to the Holy Scriptures” echoed the convictions of Luther's heart.
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Georg Schmidt was the first Missionary to South Africa. He was sent out during the longest prayer chain ever launched and he established the first Mission station in Southern Africa, Genadendal, in 1737.