2 edition of At work with Albert Schweitzer. found in the catalog.
At work with Albert Schweitzer.
Lavrids Гstergaard Christensen
Translation of Dansk laege hos Albert Schweitzer.
|Statement||Translated from the Danish by F. H. Lyon.|
|LC Classifications||CT1098.S45 O43 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||61005345|
Dr. Albert Schweitzer was a man who wore many hats. He was a physician, theologian, organist and humanitarian. Albert Schweitzer is probably best remembered for his hospital work in Africa that earned him the Nobel Peace Prize for Albert Schweitzer was born in Alsace on 14 January, into a religious family that valued education and music. Albert Schweitzer (äl´bĕrt shvī´tsər), –, Alsatian theologian, musician, and medical ined to become a medical missionary, he obtained a doctorate in medicine at the Univ. of Strasbourg and in established a hospital at Lambaréné, Gabon (then in French Equatorial Africa).
Albert Schweitzer: Genius of the jungle is a wonderful introductory biography to Schweitzer's life as a devoted humanitarian and scholar. With a degree in philosophy, a doctorate in Theology, a medical degree, and a talent for music, Schweitzer was a true renaissance man of his time, a man driven to aide society’s needy while forsaking his /5(3). Albert Schweitzer (–) was born Janu at Kaysersberg in Upper Alsace, Germany, the son of a Lutheran pastor. In , he began his studies at the University of Strassburg, taking classes in New Testament with the .
Albert Schweitzer, M.D., OM, (Janu - September 4, ) was an Alsatian theologian, musician, philosopher, and was born in Kaisersberg, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany (now Kaysersberg, Haut-Rhin, Alsace, France). He challenged both the secular view of historical Jesus current at his time and the traditional Christian view, depicting a Jesus who expected . Albert Schweitzer was born at Kaystersberg, Haute Alsace (now Haut-Rhin), Jan. 14, , just two months after Germany had annexed the province from war-prostrate France. During that year, his father, a Lutheran pastor, moved his wife and eldest son to the neighboring village of Gunsbach amid the foothills of the Vosges.
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A seminal work, Schweitzer’s book brings into focus the social and political currents of Jesus’s time to rebut previous authors’ hypotheses and form an entirely new one of his own.
A milestone text in its time, Schweitzer’s book was so dominant that virtually no new scholarly investigations of the historical Jesus were published for. Which Albert Schweitzer Book to Read. I am occasionally asked which one book by or about Albert Schweitzer I recommend most highly.
The answer, as for so many things in life, is "It depends." In this case, it depends on what the reader wants to know.
Therefore, I have provided several recommendations below. InAlbert Schweitzer may be a somewhat forgotten, or even a controversial, figure but a half a century or more ago, the mere mention of the name Schweitzer instantly conjured up images of Author: Dr.
Howard Markel. Syracuse University Press is publishing a revised edition of this book in the Fall of The new edition will be greatly expanded, making use of newly discovered correspondence covering the ten-year secret relationship between Albert Schweitzer and Helene Bresslau, the woman he was to by: This new material is rich in insight, revealing that Albert Schweitzer the myth, the modern saint, "The Greatest Man in the World", was indeed human, and whose long and arduous work in West Africa, paved the way, or at least set an example for present day and future humanitarians/5(15).
The book does not attempt to explain Dr. Schweitzer's own religious belief but in appraising the work of other scholars, the conclusion is ultimately that the author's views In reading The Quest of the Historical Jesus, we are confronted with Schweitzer's exhaustive study of scholarly research that occurred in 19th century Europe, with the aim /5.
Albert Schweitzer Biographical A lbert Schweitzer (Janu September 4, ) was born into an Alsatian family which for generations had been devoted to religion, music, and education.
His father and maternal grandfather were ministers; both of his grandfathers were talented organists; many of his relatives were persons of scholarly attainments.
Wikipedia lists 'My Life And Thought' (citation) "Seaver " but specifically lists page numbers or not the overall publication. Wikipedia has an extensive list of Albert Schweitzer autobiographical or writing productions inspired by his alleged.
OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of Dansk laege hos Albert Schweitzer. Description: pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Dansk laege hos Albert.
Albert Schweitzer founded one of the first hospitals in Gabon and dedicated a large portion of his life to treating diseases here. I didn't know much about him or his work before visiting this museum and found it really interesting with a nice collection.4/5(15).
At work with Albert Schweitzer. Boston, Beacon Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Albert Schweitzer; Albert Schweitzer; Albert Schweitzer: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L Ostergaard-Christensen. Albert Schweitzer, born on Janu in Alsace, Germany (now a part of France), was the son of a Lutheran minister and member of a family of ministers, scholars and musicians, which included a famous cousin, Jean-Paul Sartre.
As a child, Schweitzer played the organ and piano, and was only nine when he first performed at his father’s Author: Siang Yong Tan, Yvonne Tatsumura. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content.
Albert Schweitzer, Ernest Newman, Charles Marie Widor. Publication date Publisher Breitkopf & Härtel Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of unknown library Language English.
Book digitized by Google Pages: The second edition of this biography of humanitarian Albert Schweitzer has been updated to include documents discovered since the work was originally written, including the letters between Schweitzer and Helene Bresslau written. Albert Schweitzer: | | | |Albert Schweitzer| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most Born: 14 JanuaryKaysersberg, Alsace.
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. 61, free ebooks; 4 by Albert Schweitzer; The Quest of the Historical Jesus by Albert Schweitzer.
Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Albert Schweitzer was a German born French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, and achievements. Albert Schweitzer was a German born French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary.
Bach, by Albert Schweitzer, translated by Ernest Newman. Dover Publications. ISBN Volume 1 (paperback), Volume 2 (paperback) Volume One Historical account of Protestant church music before Bach, church music in Germany, the life of Bach, discussion of all of Bach's instrumental music.
goes even beyond this achievement. What schweitzer did with this book was open up new, creative possibilities for the interpretation of the new t estament. It is my intention in this paper to articulate this dimension of schweitzer’s legacy which I do not think has been emphasized enough.
Albert Schweitzer and the Quest of the Historical JesusFile Size: 97KB. A seminal work, Schweitzer’s book brings into focus the social and political currents of Jesus’s time to rebut previous authors’ hypotheses and form an entirely new one of his own.
A milestone text in its time, Schweitzer’s book was so dominant that virtually no new scholarly investigations of the historical Jesus were published for 5/5(1). Groundbreaking study that established the reputation of the famed theologian traces the search for the historical person of Jesus.
Schweitzer examines works of more than fifty 18th- and 19th-century authors and scholars and concludes that many of the earlier historical reconstructions of Christ were largely fantasies.
The criterion for all subsequent studies. A Treasury of Albert Schweitzer by Albert Schweitzer. NOOK Book (eBook) $ 10 Readers of this book will realize that Albert Schweitzer was a truly creative thinker, whose concern with the problems of the human spirit and whose methods of expressing this concern have raised him to the stature of one of the world’s foremost philosophers Brand: Philosophical Library/Open Road.Albert Schweitzer was born on Januin Kaysersberg, near Strasbourg, Elsass-Lothringen, Germany (now in Alsace, France).
His father and both grandfathers were pastors and organists. His family had been devoted to education, religion and music for generations. Schweitzer took music lessons from his grandfather, a church organist.