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Charles Finley Sanders

Clergyman , educator

Charles Finley Sanders, American clergyman, educator. Member American Sociological Society; Member Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Pi Gamma Museum World tour, 1928-1929, studying conditions in Japan, China and India.

Background

Sanders, Charles Finley was born on February 11, 1869 in Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Joseph and Eva Catharine (Miller) Sanders.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1892. Graduate Lutheran Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, 1895, Bachelor of Divinity, 1899. Studied University Leipzig, Germany, 3 semesters, 1905-1906.

D. D. Lafayette, 1913.

Career

Ordained to ministry of Lutheran Church, 1895. Pastor Avonmore, Pennsylvania, 1895-1898, Blairsville, 1898-1905. Teacher Blairsville College for Women 1901-1905.

Acting professor mental science, 1906, professor philosophy since 1907, Pennsylvania College lecturer in war camps, 1919.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator: (from the German) Introduction to Philosophy (by Professor Jerusalem), 1910, revised edit., 1932. Brief History of Modern Philosophy (Hoffding), 1912. Problems of the Secondary Teacher (Jerusalem), 1918.Author: The Taproot of Religion and Its Fruitage, 1931. Freshman Orientation, 1936.

Membership

Member American Sociological Society. Member Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Phi Kappa, Pi Gamma Museum World tour, 1928-1929, studying conditions in Japan, China and India.

Connections

Married Harriet E. Hesson, December 27, 1894 (died September 1944). Married second, Sarah E. Saxton, October 20, 1945.

father:
Joseph Sanders

mother:
Eva Catharine (Miller) Sanders

spouse:
Sarah E. Saxton

spouse:
Harriet E. Hesson