The New International Encyclopædia/Salmond, Stewart Dingwall Fordyce

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SALMOND, sä′mond, Stewart Dingwall Fordyce (1838—). A Scotch educator, born at Aberdeen. He was educated at the University and Free Church College, Aberdeen, and at Erlangen University, and was assistant professor of Greek and examiner in classics at Aberdeen University from 1861 until 1867. In 1876 he became professor of systematic theology and exegesis of the Epistles in the United Free Church College, Aberdeen, and he was made principal of the college in 1898. His original works include: “Commentary on the Epistle of Peter,” in Schaff's Popular Commentary (1883); “Commentary on the Epistle of Jude,” in Pulpit Commentary (1889); The Christian Doctrine of Immortality (1895); and he also prepared translations of many of the minor Latin writers.