The Two Ways

Two ends, O man, on thee await

Author: Johann C. Arnschwanger
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Author: Johann C. Arnschwanger

Arnschwanger, Johann Christoph, son of Georg Arnschwanger, merchant in Nürnberg, was born at Nürnberg Dec. 28, 1625. He entered the University of Altdorf in 1644, and that of Jena in 1647, where he graduated M.A. Aug. 9, 1647. After short periods of residence at Leipzig, Hamburg, and Helmstädt he returned to Nürnberg in 1650. There he was successively appointed Stadt-vicar in 1651, Diaconus of the St. Aegidien Church 1652, Morning Preacher in St. Walpurga's 1654, and Diaconus of the Church of St. Lorenz 1659. where he became Senior 1670, and Archidiaconus 1690. He died at Nürnberg, Dec. 10, 1696. (Koch, iii. 517-520; Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, i. 597.) A lover of music and poesy, he was the correspondent of Anton Ulrich… Go to person page >

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First Line: Two ends, O man, on thee await
Title: The Two Ways
German Title: Zwei Ort, o Mensch, hast du vor dir
Author: Johann C. Arnschwanger
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain



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