August Kunz

( d. 1906). Teacher and editor. He was born in Germany and came to America about 1867. His name appears in the bulletin of Battle Creek College in 1879, and so far as is known he taught Hebrew and New Testament Greek until 1881. In this capacity, he taught Uriah Smith, C. C. Lewis, and L. R. Conradi. Later he taught German and Greek language and literature. He taught at Battle Creek until 1887 or 1888, and apparently at the same time carried on German language missionary correspondence for the General Conference, because Gerhard Perk, one of the earliest Seventh-day Adventists in Russia, reported in 1909 that he had correspondence with Kunz in 1882 and that it was Kunz who sent out German publications from the United States. His name first appeared in the Yearbook (listed as a licentiate) ...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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