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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...

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