The Resource Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970

Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970

Label
Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970
Title
Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970
Creator
Compiler
Subject
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1927-1970
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Miller, William Robert
LC call number
BX4811
LC item number
.M53
Nature of contents
  • encyclopedias
  • surveys of literature
  • legal articles
Series statement
The American heritage series, 84
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Protestant churches
  • Protestant churches
  • Protestantismus
  • Protestantismus
  • United States
  • USA
  • USA
Label
Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Bibliographical essay -- Part one-the Progressive era, 1900-1917 -- 1. Henry Churchill King, Theological of laissez-faire liberalism -- Reconstruction in theology (1900) -- 2. Josiah Strong, Neo-Puritan moralist of American empire -- The social laws of Jesus (1902) -- 3. Josiah Royce, dialectician of the Spirit -- What is vital in Christianity (1909) -- 4. William James, psychologist of belief -- Pluralism and religious experience (1909) -- 5. Walter Rauschenbusch, prophet of social Christianity -- Social Christianity and personal religion (1912) -- 6. Woodrow Wilson, progressive Calvinist statesman -- The minister and the community (1909) -- Militant Christianity (1914) -- A new kind of church life (1915) -- Part tow-the optimistic decade, 1918-1929 -- 7. Harry Emerson Foscdick, Biblical modernist -- Progressive Christianity (1922) -- 8. Edward Scribner Ames, Christian humanist -- Religious values and the practical absolute (1922) -- 9. Edgar Sheffield Brightman, theistic personalist -- The human values of religion (1925) -- Part three-years of crisis, 1930-1950 -- 10. Walter Lowrie, catalyst of neo-orthodoxy -- 11. H. Richard Niebuhr, radical confessionalist -- Moral relativism and the Christian ethic (1929) -- The attack upon the social gospel (1936) -- 12. Rufus M. Jones, guardian of the inner light -- The inner life and the social order (1936) -- 13. Charles Harshorne, Metaphysician of dipolar theism -- Redefining God (1934) -- Ethics and the new theology (1934) -- 14. Henry Nelson Wieman, empirical theorist of creativity -- What is most important in Christianity? (1940) -- Part four-bridging the decades -- 15. Reinhold Niebuhr, dialectical pragmatist -- Pacifism and the use of force (1928) -- Christian moralism in America (1940) -- The gospel in future America (1958) -- The crisis in American Protestantism (1963) -- Part five-toward the post-modern era, 1951-1970 -- 16. James M. Gustafson, ecumenical ethicist -- Christian attitudes toward technological society (1959) -- 17. Thomas J.J. Altizer, visionary theologian -- The challenge of modern Gnosticism (1962) -- 18. John B. Cobb, Jr., synthesizer of process theology -- From crisis theology to the post-modern world (1964) -- 19. Carl Michalson, transitional theologian -- Is American theology coming of age? (1965) -- 20. Martin Luther King Jr., black prophet of the American dream -- Man in a revolutionary world (1965) -- 21. Paul M. Van Buren, Christologist of freedom -- The dissolution of the absolute (1965) -- 22. Peter L. Berger, sociologist -- A sociological view of the secularization of theology (1967) -- 23. W. Richard Comestock, neo-Christian philosopher -- Marshall McLuhan's theory of sensory form: a theological reflection (1968)
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xc, 567 pages
Lccn
70151613
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
001592383
System control number
(OCoLC)600192
Label
Contemporary American Protestant thought, 1900-1970
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Bibliographical essay -- Part one-the Progressive era, 1900-1917 -- 1. Henry Churchill King, Theological of laissez-faire liberalism -- Reconstruction in theology (1900) -- 2. Josiah Strong, Neo-Puritan moralist of American empire -- The social laws of Jesus (1902) -- 3. Josiah Royce, dialectician of the Spirit -- What is vital in Christianity (1909) -- 4. William James, psychologist of belief -- Pluralism and religious experience (1909) -- 5. Walter Rauschenbusch, prophet of social Christianity -- Social Christianity and personal religion (1912) -- 6. Woodrow Wilson, progressive Calvinist statesman -- The minister and the community (1909) -- Militant Christianity (1914) -- A new kind of church life (1915) -- Part tow-the optimistic decade, 1918-1929 -- 7. Harry Emerson Foscdick, Biblical modernist -- Progressive Christianity (1922) -- 8. Edward Scribner Ames, Christian humanist -- Religious values and the practical absolute (1922) -- 9. Edgar Sheffield Brightman, theistic personalist -- The human values of religion (1925) -- Part three-years of crisis, 1930-1950 -- 10. Walter Lowrie, catalyst of neo-orthodoxy -- 11. H. Richard Niebuhr, radical confessionalist -- Moral relativism and the Christian ethic (1929) -- The attack upon the social gospel (1936) -- 12. Rufus M. Jones, guardian of the inner light -- The inner life and the social order (1936) -- 13. Charles Harshorne, Metaphysician of dipolar theism -- Redefining God (1934) -- Ethics and the new theology (1934) -- 14. Henry Nelson Wieman, empirical theorist of creativity -- What is most important in Christianity? (1940) -- Part four-bridging the decades -- 15. Reinhold Niebuhr, dialectical pragmatist -- Pacifism and the use of force (1928) -- Christian moralism in America (1940) -- The gospel in future America (1958) -- The crisis in American Protestantism (1963) -- Part five-toward the post-modern era, 1951-1970 -- 16. James M. Gustafson, ecumenical ethicist -- Christian attitudes toward technological society (1959) -- 17. Thomas J.J. Altizer, visionary theologian -- The challenge of modern Gnosticism (1962) -- 18. John B. Cobb, Jr., synthesizer of process theology -- From crisis theology to the post-modern world (1964) -- 19. Carl Michalson, transitional theologian -- Is American theology coming of age? (1965) -- 20. Martin Luther King Jr., black prophet of the American dream -- Man in a revolutionary world (1965) -- 21. Paul M. Van Buren, Christologist of freedom -- The dissolution of the absolute (1965) -- 22. Peter L. Berger, sociologist -- A sociological view of the secularization of theology (1967) -- 23. W. Richard Comestock, neo-Christian philosopher -- Marshall McLuhan's theory of sensory form: a theological reflection (1968)
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xc, 567 pages
Lccn
70151613
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
001592383
System control number
(OCoLC)600192

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