He asked for a day to decide, and he traveled home from Berlin to talk with his father, Ewald von Kleist-Schmenzin.
Ewald (Therapie der Gegenwart, 1915, p. 5) reports favorable results with Secretogen in one of thirteen cases.
Mr. Ewald supposes her to have been with him in Paris before the affair of Vincennes .
Besides, if he had been a bachelor, Whitney was too busy trying to round up the other loose ends of the Ewald case.
The verse is so interpreted by some critics, especially Ewald, followed by Stanley.
Ewald says the tenth century, and Kuenen the eighth century.
The internal connexion which Ewald assumes, is not self-evident.
Ewald, Dr. Paulus, a brother of the preceding, also embraced Christianity.
Ewald supposes a reference to some prophecy no longer extant.
Ewald assigns the passage to the oldest Gospel, Matthew in its present form being fifth in descent.