|BT9999.B67||With what sort of body : pastoral concerns with and Pauline perspectives on the nature of life after death /||1|
|BT9999.B748||Toward a new Christian theology of nature : a critical comparison of Rosemary Radford Ruether, Joseph Sittler, and Juergen Moltmann /||1|
|BT9999.B79||Genetic intervention : a theological and ethical response /||1|
|BT9999.C24||"A seed of religion" : a study in the theologies of Calvin and Schleiermacher /||1|
|BT9999.C29||The light of the word : a comparative study of the phenomenon of revelation /||1|
|BT9999.C78||Luther, Paracelsus, and the spirit /||1|
|BT9999.H51||American Protestantism and the rise of American sociology : a contextual study of varieties of secularization /||1|
|BT9999.H81||Reclaiming the covenant : the eco-justice movement as practical theology /||1|
|BT9999.K42||The role of divine incomprehensibility in von Balthasar's The glory of the Lord /||1|
|BT9999.K74||Beyond God the father--toward a trinitarian theology of the cross : the challange of Mary Daly and resources in the works of Jürgen Habermas and Paul Ricoeur for contemporary christian theology /||1|
|BT9999.L48||Toward a contemporary wisdom Christology : a study of Karl Rahner and Norman Pittenger /||1|
|BT9999.M21||The doctrine of the incarnation in Hans Urs von Balthasar : the Christologial-mystical analogies as key to his interpretation /||1|
|BT9999.M23||God the center : moral objectivity in Jonathan Edwards and H. Richard Niebuhr /||1|
|BT9999.M44||The challenge of tragedy for the human good : the Augustinian proposals of Reinhold Niebuhr and Hannah Arendt /||1|
|BT9999.M62||Ethics and transcendence : Rosemary Ruether, Sharon Welch, and Reinhold Niebuhr /||1|
|BT9999.P82||God's wounds : structure and dynamism in the Christian symbol of divine suffering /||1|
|BT9999.S39||The content and coherence of Roman Catholic encyclical social teaching : 1740-1987 /||1|
|BT9999.W87||Humanity has been a holy thing : toward a contemporary feminist Christology /||1|
|BT9999.Z18||The testimony of the conscience in the theology of Martin Luther and John Calvin : a comparative study /||1|
|BT9999 Aden||The vicious inevitability of sin: a theological and a psychoanalytic study of human bondage.||1|
Theodicy in a new key : the problem of consent to the negative in a technological culture /
A comparison of John Calvin's conception of salvation with that of John Wesley.
|BT9999 Ariel||American premillennialism and its attitudes towards the Jewish people, Judaism and Zionism, 1875-1925 /||1|
|BT9999 Aune||The cultic setting of realized eschatology in the early Church.||1|
|BT9999 Ayscue||The doctrine of the English deists.||1|
|BT9999 Baehr||A theological interpretation of the process of recovery from alcoholism.||1|
|BT9999 Bain||The compatibility of rational and irrational action in the theology of Saint Thomas Aquinas and the ego psychology of Heinz Hartmann.||1|
|BT9999 Banks||Limitation and self-worth in psychotherapy and salvation.||1|
|BT9999 Barnes||A preliminary study of the relationship of the worship of the mother-goddess in Mediterranean lands to the worship of Mary, mother of Jesus||1|
|BT9999 Barrett||A study and comparison of the theological material and method of William Newton Clarke and P. Lobstein.||1|
|BT9999 Bartlett||Criteria for the sign "God" in empirical religious inquiry /||1|
|BT9999 Bateson||A historical treatment of the doctrine of Chiliasm.||1|
|BT9999 Bauer||The philosophy of religion of Karl Barth.||1|
|BT9999 Becker||The self-giving God : trinitarian historicality and kenosis in the theology of Johann von Hofmann /||1|
The theology of the early evangelical movement.
The personal and social aspects of the atonement.
|BT9999 Benne||Toward a theory of responsibility : a critique of four proposals.||1|
|BT9999 Bennett||Crisis, revitalization, and religious politics in Portugal (1917-1932) : the Fatima apparitions and the Catholic counter revolution /||1|
|BT9999 Blakemore||The definition, in recent psychology of religion, of the structure and function of faith.||1|
Revaluations of Jesus studied in the modernist movement of the Church of England.
The Kingdom of God.
|BT9999 Bloesch||Reinhold Niebuhr's re-evaluation of the apologetic task.||1|
|BT9999 Bockus||The self and Christ : a study of Carl Jung's psychology of the self and its bearing on Christology.||1|
The place of tentativeness in current Christian theism.
The place of tentativeness in theology.
|BT9999 Bovington||Modern conceptions of the mystical presence of Christ in the believer.||1|
|BT9999 Bradshaw||The evolution of the Nicene creed /||1|
|BT9999 Bream||The cross : a study in historical revelation.||1|
|BT9999 Brennan||Faith and illness : the need for a new pastoral theology of illness /||1|
|BT9999 Browne||God as creator and redeemer.||1|
|BT9999 Buckley||Brief exposition of Augustine's tract on Trinity.||1|
|BT9999 Buhring||Resistance and redemption : concepts of God, freedom, and ethics in African American theology and Jewish theology /||1|
|BT9999 Burwell||Differences between the Alexandrian and the Antiochan schools of theology.||1|
|BT9999 Cahill||Euthanasia : a Catholic and a Protestant perspective /||1|
|BT9999 Cairns||The concept of eternity.||1|
|BT9999 Caldwell||The social attitude of modern premillenialism.||1|
|BT9999 Calkins||A comparative study of the conceptions of God as presented by Hocking and Jones.||1|
|BT9999 Campbell||The development of the social gospel in the student volunteer movement of America ...||1|
|BT9999 Carr||Questioning idols : divine countenance in trauma and conversion /||1|
|BT9999 Castelein||Standing on the promises of God : the contribution of fundamental theology to Peter Berger's quest for non-projected transcendence /||1|
|BT9999 Chan||The theological imagination of Choan-Seng Song : a constructive study of Christian theology in Asia /||1|
|BT9999 Chopp||The interruption of interpretation : the function and claims of suffering in liberation and political theologies /||1|
|BT9999 Cobb||The independence of Christian faith from speculative beliefs.||1|
The psychology of the fundamentalist movement.
Some principles of an empirical theology.