Mogens Müller was also born on 25 January, although a few years later than Meyer (in 1946). Müller is perhaps best known for his work on the LXX. What many may not know, though, is that he is also a warm and generous soul who has a spark of wicked humor about him. His work in the New Testament extends far beyond Luke and his ideas are amazingly stimulating. Back to his work on the LXX- the best explanation of the importance of the LXX in the life of the church remains his The First Bible of the Church: A Plea for the Septuagint.
A very happy Birth-iversary to them both, but especially to Mogens.