Alfred Vaucher

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Alfred-Felix Vaucher
Born (1887-03-18)March 18, 1887
Luserna San Giovanni, Italy
Died May 22, 1993(1993-05-22) (aged 106)
Occupation Protestant, Seventh-day Adventist Theologian

Alfred-Felix Vaucher (March 18, 1887 – May 22, 1993) was a French theologian, church historian and bibliographer. He was a pioneer in the history and study of Seventh-day Adventism.

Preaching his first sermon at age 14, Vaucher studied at a church in Paris. In 1903, he was engaged by the Adventist church, to which he devoted an active ministry of approximately eighty years.

Vaucher traveled around Europe, including Switzerland and Italy as a Seventh-day Adventist evangelist. He published over 1,100 articles and pamphlets on French church history and wrote two books, L'Histoire du Salut and Le P. Manuel Lacunza y Diaz. Vaucher also taught at Saleve Adventist University, Collonges-sous-Salève, Haute-Savoie, a French biblical college, from 1921-1941 and 1945-1983.

He died at age 106.

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  • Good Teachers Are Forever by Nilton Amorim, Superintendent/President, Quebec Conference, in Canadian Adventist Teachers Network Online Journal, July 1999