There was a Gothic translation of the Bible, which is supposed to have been made in the fourth century by Ulfilas.
They had never learned from the Goths of Ulfilas anything about Christianity.
Low as they had fallen, they could still count among them the great name of Ulfilas.
It was the outstanding merit of Ulfilas that he translated the Bible into Gothic.
And so, too, in the Gothic of Ulfilas the homestead was a 'gard.'
Germans demanded liberty to worship in a church within the walls, according to the Arian views introduced among them by Ulfilas.
He sent theologians to meet Ulfilas, and torment him into Arianism.
They still held to the primitive faith taught them by Ulfilas and their Gothic Bible.