Froehlich

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Jack Froehlich
... Jack Edward Froehlich (sometimes Froelich) (May 7, 1921–November 1967) was an American aerospace engineer (rocket scientist) ... Froehlich Memorial Award is named after him, as is the crater Froelich on the Moon ...
Apostolic Christian Church (Nazarene) - History
... Froehlich's intent was to organize a church based on a literal interpretation of God's Word. 2820 The church, while recognizing Froehlich's work, gives God the glory for all these accomplishments ... Froehlich's attitudes and biblical understandings were shaped, in part, by the Sixteenth Century Anabaptists, whose doctrinal motto was "Sola Scriptura." This meant that Scriptures alone constituted the ...
Arthur Froehlich
... Arthur Froehlich (May 17, 1909 — October 3, 1985), of the firm Arthur Froehlich Associates, was an architect from Beverly Hills, California, known for his mid-c ... Buildings credited to Arthur Froehlich Associates Hanna Barbera Studio office building, 1962, 3400 Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, California ...
Apostolic Christian Church - History
... are found in the dramatic conversion experience of Samuel Heinrich Froehlich (1803–1857) of Switzerland ... Froehlich was baptized in 1832 and soon founded the Evangelical Baptist Church ... County, New York in 1847 by Benedict Weyeneth (1819–1887), who had been sent by Froehlich at the request of Joseph Virkler, a Lewis County minister in an Alsatian Amish-Mennonite ...
Samuel Heinrich Fröhlich - Education
... Beginning in 1821, Froehlich studied theology in Zurich at the Gymnasium Carolinum and then in 1823 transferred to the University of Basel ... edge of historical Biblical criticism and Froehlich’s instructors were among the most well known of their day ... In his studies Froehlich excelled beyond many of his peers under the direction of Johannes Schulthess and Wilhelm Martin Leberecht de Wette ...