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Titel: Harvey H. Potthoff: A Life in Process
Verlag: Filter Press, LLC
Einband: Soft cover
This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Harvey Henry Potthoff (1911-2002) was pastor at Christ Church in Denver 16, instructor and professor at Iliff School of Theology for 35 years, and professor of religion at Nebraska Wesleyan University for 11 years. As pastor, teacher, and process theologian, Harvey Potthoff educated, mentored, and nurtured the spiritual lives of generations. Richard L. Phillips, former Dean of Hendricks Chapel at Syracuse University and a student of Potthoff at Iliff, has provided a comprehensive review of Potthoff's life and theology. The book includes contributions from several Potthoff associates including David Conner, Richard Peck, David Peabody, Thomas Wolf, Alton Templin, and Charles Millilgan. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_usedgood_0865411514
Harvey H. Potthoff (1911?2002) was an influential Methodist theologian and pastor. After a year of study with philosopher Alfred North Whitehead at Harvard, he made Whitehead?s process philosophy a central element of his religious thinking. Dr. Potthoff was pastor at Christ Methodist Church in Denver for 16 years, 1936?1952, and professor at the Iliff School of Theology in Denver from 1952 until retiring in 1981. After retirement from Iliff, Dr. Potthoff went to Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln as Distinguished Visiting Professor of Religion where he stayed for eleven years.
Richard L. Phillips is editor and primary author of this exploration of Harvey Potthoff?s life, pastoral and religious theology, and influence on Methodism and the greater Christian community. Dr. Phillips, a student of Potthoff and former Dean of Hendricks Chapel at Syracuse University, includes guest chapters from family, colleagues, and students including Gregg Anderson, Howard Bailey, Charles R. Rick Chappell, David E. Conner, Peter Gay, Paul J. Kottke, Charles S. Milligan, David Barrett Peabody, J. Richard Peck, J. Alton Templin, and Thomas C. Wood.
Über den Autor:
Richard L. Phillips holds graduate degrees from Iliff School of Theology and Syracuse University. He served on the faculty of Baker University and as President and Executive Director of the American Youth Foundation before becoming Dean of Hendricks Chapel at Syracuse University.
Dr. Phillips is the author of Hendricks Chapel: Seventy-Five Years of Service to Syracuse University (Syracuse University Press, 2005). He is now retired and living in Lakewood, Colorado.
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