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Who is Albert Schweitzer?
Albert Schweitzer, OM was a German—and later French—theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary in Africa, also known for his interpretive life of Jesus. He was born in the province of Alsace-Lorraine, at that time part of the German Empire, considered himself French and wrote mostly in French. Schweitzer, a Lutheran, challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by historical-critical methodology current at his time in certain academic circles, as well as the traditional Christian view.
- also known as Dr. Albert Schweitzer
- born on (140 years ago) in Kaysersberg, child of Louis Théophile
- nationality: France, Germany
- profession: Philosopher, physician, theologian, actor
- died on (50 years ago) in Lambaréné
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- "Albert Schweitzer" is a book by Thomas Michael Zottmann.
- "Albert Schweitzer" is a book by Oskar Kraus.
- also known as "Albert Schweitzer; his work and his philosophy"
- "Albert Schweitzer" is a German biographical documentary made in 1957, directed by Jerome Hill. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for 1957.
- "Albert Schweitzer" is a film directed by Gavin Millar released on December 24, 2009.
The Albert Schweitzer was a short-lived express train that linked Dortmund Hbf in Dortmund, Germany, with Strasbourg-Ville in Strasbourg, France. Introduced in 1980, it was operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn and the SNCF.
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Paul's Interpreters and the Rhetoric of Criticism by R. Barry Matlock
Though Albert Schweitzer is an obvious choice, other choices could be argued. In the end, the decision is a pragmatic one. Schweitzer does not mark the absolute beginning point of interest in apocalyptic” as applied to the New Testament.
by Marc Bekoff, Carron A. Meaney
Reverence for Life Reverence for life is a concept pioneered by the Alsatian theologian and philosopher Albert Schweitzer* in 1922. According to Schweitzer, ethics consists in experiencing a “compulsion to show to all will-to-live the same ...
by S. Devadas Pillai
Schweitzer, Albert Schweitzer, Albert In Shakes, while discussing conscience as a theme, Ghurye refers to Schweitzer's A Declaration of Conscience issued on behalf of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee on 24 Apr 1 957. It demanded a ban ...
by Tremper III Longman
Albert Schweitzer, a biblical scholar from the late nineteenth century, first popularized consistent eschatology. Here, “consistent” means consistent with the apocalyptic Judaism of Jesus' day, which interpreted the kingdom of God as something ...
by Michael R. Hall
HOSPITAL ALBERT SCHWEITZER. Located in Deschapelles, in the département of Artibonite, the hospital provides preventative and curative health care services for over 250,000 people living in the Artibonite valley. The hospital, built on the ...
A World Encyclopedia by Antone Minard
Nineham See also: Jesus, Teaching of; Jesus as a Historical Figure; Kingdom of God; Messiah; Second Person of the Trinity Further Reading Primary Sources Albert Schweitzer. 1968. The Kingdom of God and Primitive Christianity.
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