Moral courage was a striking trait in Dr. Keller’s character. He was adequate to any emergency, requiring its exercise. He never shrunk from the performance of any work to which duty called him. He was bold and fearless in the advocacy of such measures as he thought were right, regardless of the praise or the censure of his fellow men.
On This Page At Pennsylvania College Character: Unaffected Piety and Prayer Moral Courage Preaching Common Sense and A Clear Mind Early Life Pastor of Taneytown and Emmitsburg, and Hagerstown Founding of Wittenberg College His Passing.