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Africa: Albert Schweitzer: An Anachronism

Still they come, all year round, to see the famed old man in his storied jungle setting. Public figures like Adlai Stevenson, starry-eyed U.S. Peace Corpsmen,...

Theologians: Living with a Verity

Albert Schweitzer was nine decades old when he died, a fitting age for a life so worthy, and a span sufficiently protracted beyond his main achievements that...

Religion: Come and Follow Me . . .

And, behold, one came and said unto Him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? . . . Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be...

Religion: Reverence for Life

(See Cover) The silver-maned, bush-mustached old lion of a man had barely stepped out on the promenade deck when the New York press was upon him. "O.K., Dr...

Religion: Missionary from Lambar

Missionary from Lambaréné In his jungle station in French Equatorial Africa last week, Albert Schweitzer reached his 79th birthday. Early in the morning, outside...

Education: Great Man in the Jungle

Who is the "greatest man in the world today?" Abraham Aaron Roback, onetime Harvard instructor, thinks he knows. Roback has never seen him, but for five years...

Religion: In Schweitzer's Footsteps

In late 1947, William Larimer Mellon Jr., scion of the Pittsburgh Mellons, was rich and 37, with a pretty wife and children and a new house on a smooth-running...

Money: It Could Be Dawn

(See Cover) Sitting with the Western world's chief central bankers as they weighed the gold crisis last week in Washington was a saturnine Frenchman who...

Milestones, Jan. 15, 1979

MARRIED. Nancy Lopez, 22, champion pro golfer who in her rookie season last year became her sport's top woman moneymaker with nearly $200,000 in earnings; and...

Religion: Oganga from the Ogowe

Is religion a force in the spiritual life of our age? No. The question was asked by Dr. Albert Schweitzer, one of the world's ablest theologians. The...

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