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Draft, ''Chapter II, The Methodologies of Tillich and Wieman,'' in A Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document550000-107
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Document Date
[1954-1955]
Genre
Essay
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Author Affiliation
[Boston University]
Document ID
550000-107
Document Date
[1954-1955]
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Document Type
Document
Type of Version
Draft
Status
Cal. 2
Genre
Essay
Document Length
41 pp.
Dates
1954 - 1955
Names
Tillich, Paul
Wieman, Henry Nelson
DeWolf, L. Harold
Barth, Karl
Van Dusen, Henry P. (Henry Pitney), 1897-1975
Christ, Jesus
Randall, John Herman
Hegel, George Wilhelm Friedrich
Hartmann, Nicolai, 1882-1950
Kant, Immanuel
Aristotle
Santayana, George
Thomas, George F. (George Finger)
Topics
Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman
Barthianism
Philosophy
Theology, Doctrinal
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Education
Other Topics
Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking of Paul Tillich and Henry Nelson Wieman
The System of Knowledge: Its Contents and Methods
Issues of Life
The Interpretation of History
Systematic Theology, I
The Protestant Era
''What is Wrong with Dialectical Theology,'' The Journal of Religion
''Religionsphilosohie''
''The Religious Symbol,;; The Journal of Liberal Religion
''Philosophie and Theology,'' Religion in Life
''The Problem of the Theological Method,'' The Journal of Religion
''The Method and Structure of Tillich's Theology''
''The Ontology of Paul Tillich''
''How Do We Know?,'' Christian Century
Scepticism and Animal Faith: An Introduction to a System of Philosopy
The Wrestle of Religion with Truth
The Source of Human Good
Normative Psychology of Religion
Religious Experience and Scientific Method
''Authority and the Normative Approach,'' The Journal of Religion
''Can God Be Perceived,'' The Journal of Religion
Code for Location of Original
MLKP-MBU
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers, 1954-1968, Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 96, folder 18
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
6/28/1989 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
07/03/1989
Date Updated
2/3/2010 3:46:09 PM
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Annual report, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (Montgomery, Ala.)

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document551031-000
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
Montgomery, Ala.
Document Date
10/1/1954-10/31/1955
Genre
Report
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
T
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Author Affiliation
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (Montgomery, Ala.)
Document ID
551031-000
Document Date
10/1/1954-10/31/1955
Type of Writing
T
Document Type
Document
Status
In Vol. 2
cal. 6
Place Written
Montgomery, Ala.
Genre
Report
Document Length
36 pp.
Dates
10/1/1954 - 10/31/1955
Names
King, Martin Luther
Organizations
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.)
Topics
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Career in Ministry
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Itineraries
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Public Speaking
Code for Location of Original
MLKP-MBU
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers, 1954-1968, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 77 folder 11
Copy Location (1)
CSKC-INP, Coretta Scott King Collection, In Private Hands
Copy Location (2)
CSKC-INP, Coretta Scott King Collection, In Private Hands
Filing Info
Box 77, folder 11
Copy Location (3)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
3/5/1988 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
08/13/1999
Date Updated
10/21/2016 11:28:00 AM
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