3 edition of half century of Union Theological Seminary, 1896-1945 found in the catalog.
half century of Union Theological Seminary, 1896-1945
Henry Sloane Coffin
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Administrator: President, Union Theological Seminary () University: MA, Yale University () Theological: BD, Union Theological Seminary () Skull and Bones Society Author of books: The Creed of Jesus and Other Sermons (, sermons) Social Aspects of the Cross (, religion) University Sermons (, sermons)Born: A biographical note about her from the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women at Harvard states that Wygal did postgraduate work at Union Theological Seminary, studying there .
The Dream Today-Fifty years after the Ap , Good Friday arrest of Martin Luther King in Birmingham, Alabama—where he famously penned, “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”—Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) commemorated the half-century anniversary of a momentous year in the American Civil Rights movement. Some of the world’s. A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, An Informal History, Charles Scribner's Sons (New York, NY), Joy in Believing: Selections from the Spoken and Written Words and the Prayers of Henry Sloane Coffin, edited by Walter Russell .
Dr. Harrison Sacket Elliott (). A Methodist, his interest in the interplay of psychology, group dynamics, democratic thinking, and liberal theology found expression in his leadership in the Y.M.C.A., ecumenical agencies, the Religious Education Association, and Union Theological Seminary in . It was Presbyterian theologian Charles Briggs – both a graduate and a professor of Union Theological – who, in the late 19th century, prominently introduced into America “Higher Criticism,” claiming the Bible was full of errors, and denying that many of its books were actually written by the attributed authors.
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A History of Union Theological Seminary in New York5/5(1). Get this from a library. A half century of union theological seminary: an informal history. [Henry Sloane Coffin]. A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, An In formal History (by Henry Sloane Coffin) E.H.
ECKEL The Broadening Church: A Study of Theological Issues in the Presby terian Church Since (by Lefferts A. Loetscher) E. ECKEL II. ENGLISH AND GENERAL CHURCH HISTORY A History of the Church in England (by John R.
Moorman). UTS is the oldest independent seminary in the United States and has long been known as a bastion of progressive Christianscholarship, with a number of prominent thinkers among its faculty or alumni. It was founded in by members of the Presbyterian Church in the USA Location: New York City, New York, United States.
On SeptemUnion Theological Seminary released a clarification statement (of sorts) in response to criticism it received for its initial response to the Statement on Social clarification is very useful, because it shows the Bible-believing Christian why Machen was right – liberalism is another religion entirely.
Union Theological Seminary (New York City), Yale Divinity School, He was the author of many doctrinal books and papers including The Council of Chalcedon Re-Examined: Jacobite Syrian Christians Etc.
Father V.C. Samuel named the Indian Orthodox Church in the second half of the twentieth : 6 AprilOmalloor, Pathanamthitta, Kerala. Union Theological Seminary offers the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) degree in Spiritual Care Education and Leadership for students who want to become Certified Educators to teach Clinical Pastoral Education programs, to demonstrate competences for Clinical Educators who want to be certified as National Faculty, or to fill positions of leadership in religious or social service or social justice.
3 credits Sarah Lenzi The paradigm for our ministry has shifted from that of a learned ministry to a learning ministry. Guidelines for this developmental approach are found in the latest rubric of the seven ministerial competencies outlined by the Ministerial Fellowship Committee (MFC) of the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Association.
MFC competencies include: 1) worship and. The Broadening Church: A Study of Theological Issues in the Presbyterian Church Since by Lefferts A. Loetscher () A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, – by Henry Sloane Coffin () The Making of a Minister: The Autobiography of Clarence E.
Macartney by Clarence E. Macartney (). Womanist Theology: Black Women’s Voices. by Delores S. Williams.
Delores Williams is associate professor of theology and culture at Union Theological Seminary in New York City and a contributing editor of Christianity and Crisis.
She is known especially for her articulation of womanist theology, a perspective defined in relationship with but. Sloan Coffin's Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, ().
Besides having been long out of print, these earlier volumes needed updating. Robert T. Handy, Henry Sloan Coffin Professor Emeritus of Church History at Union, served as a full-time faculty member and sometime.
This literature includes Robert T. Handy, A History of Union Theological Semi nary in New York (New York, ); Henry Sloane Coffin, A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, An Informal History (New York, ); George Lewis Prentiss, The Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York: Historical and Bio.
So it is. See Henry Sloane Coffin, A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, (); Morgon Phelps Noyes, Henry Sloane Coffin, The Man and his Ministry, ().
Activist nephew William Sloan Coffin kept the family name in the. Kennedy, Philip H. One Half Century of the Christian Harmony and Harmony, North Carolina, Camp Hill Sings.
Paper presented at the meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, Kettering, Eunice Lea. Sacred Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians. M.S.M. thesis, Union Theological Seminary. Khron, Ernst C. I began my studies at Union Theological Seminary, New York City, in September My first class was Systematic Theology taught by Dr.
James H. For seven splendid years () I studied at Union Theological Seminary in New York. Someone told me that visitors to the seminary were occasionally brought around to the tutors' office, where I worked as a graduate student, in order to glimpse "the Barthian"—of which species I was apparently the only one in captivity in that place.
In many ways Union Theological Seminary is of the same New York City spirit which surrounds it. The school is noted for its extremely progressive theology that emphasizes social justice. The school is fond of saying, “Union is where faith and scholarship meet to Author: Stephen Derose.
From that distinguished pulpit Buttrick began a teaching career at Union Theological Seminary, then as Preacher to the University at Harvard. Buttrick exerted a profound influence on a generation of American preachers. He wrote many books and articles, and twice delivered the prestigious Lyman Beecher Lectures on Preaching at Yale.
During a half-century as a professor at Union Theological Seminary in New York, Cone formulated and espoused “a black theology of liberation,” as he titled his seminal book.He had a Ph.D. in Semitics, wrote nineteen books, and was a professor of Biblical interpretation at Union Theological Seminary in New York and editor-in-chief of the Christian Faith and Life curriculum of the Presbyterian Church in the USA but James D.
Smart always understood himself primarily as a pastor. The pastorate was where he started.A Half Century of Union Theological Seminary, an informal history. New York: Scribner. OCLC — — —. Bowie, Walter Russell, ed. Joy in Believing: selections from the spoken and written words and the prayers.
New York: Scribner, [ OCLC Articles and chapters — — — (). "Religion in the last hundred years".