Translation of the last paragraph
" The real reason of doubt about Shakespeare is not his supposed lack of education, but the widespread interest in conspiracy theories. It seems to be in the nature of men that he has more confidence in his faith than in sound scientific knowledge, because the essence of knowledge in science is always subject to its possible falsification , while faith does not allow doubt , If one has once converted to faith, it cannot be disproved anymore. This is the reason why all belief systems are immune to doubt.(....)
After all, even the most absurd conspiracy theories often have positive side effects. For example, what ... Bastian Conrad implies in favor of his favorites, is little convincing, but he deserves recognition for the merit of having shone with a large amount of research in niches of the Elizabethan society and culture that would otherwise have remained obscure.