I am marking again. Or is that still?

Anyway one of my students has a quotation with a typo in it. As one of the co-authors of the book the quotation is very indirectly connected to the college this is even more amusing as I do not know where the mistake is.

The quote – “anyone burdened in conscience should come to some discrete and learned Minister of God’s word, and open his grief”.

I think that should not be a minister made of many parts “discrete” but one who is judicious in ones speech.

Of course it could be the old English but I am just not sure.

What do you think?

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