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by Christian F. Reisner

Author: Christian F. Reisner
Language: English
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (October 22, 2007)
Pages: 420 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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Roosevelt's religion. Roosevelt's religion. by. Reisner, Christian F. (Christian Fichthorne), 1872-1940. Books used as reference" : p. 371-373.

Roosevelt's religion. Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919. New York, Cincinnati, The Abingdon press.

by Christian F. Reisner (Author). Whether Roosevelt had the conviction of a truly personal God intervening in his life, however, is less convincingly explained.

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Christian Fichthorne Reisner, American clergyman. member of New York Police Athletic League Commission; member several mayor’s committees. Former associate general secretary Centenary Conservation Committee of Methodist Episcopal Church, New New York Chairman New York Area Retreat (Methodist). Treasurer Council Against Intolerance in America. Chairman New York Conference Insurance Committee. Member of New York Police Athletic League Commission.

George Andrew Reisner Jr. (November 5, 1867 – June 6, 1942) was an American archaeologist of Ancient Egypt, Nubia and Palestine. Reisner was born in Indianapolis, Indiana. His parents were George Andrew Reisner I and Mary Elizabeth Mason. His father's parents were of German descent. degrees from Harvard University, before becoming a travelling fellow. He married Mary Putnam Bronson, with whom he had a daughter, also called Mary.

Christian J. Reisner was born on month day 1844, at birth place, to Christian Rychener and Magdalena Rychener (born Greiser). Christian was born on September 1 1813, in Bern, Bern, Canton of Bern, Switzerland. Magdalena was born on March 15 1817, in Germany. Christian had 5 siblings: Salome Nafziger (born Rychener), Maria Nafziger (born Rychener) and 3 other siblings. Christian married Mary Rychener (born Reisner) on month day 1867, at age 23 at marriage place, Ohio. Mary was born in 1848, in Ireland. Her occupation was Keeps House.

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