Fuller Theological Seminary - David Allan Hubbard Library
The Occasional Bulletins are Paul K. Jewett's Systematic Theology course syllabi which include theological essays on the following topics: Doctrine of God; Doctrine of Scripture; Doctrine of Humankind; Doctrine of Salvation; The Person of Christ; The Holy Spirit; Doctrine of the Church; Doctrine of the Last Things. Also included in the collection are Jewett's taped Systematic Theology I, II and III Lectures, on audio cassette
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Library
Subject files (1966-1987) of the Division of Theological Studies contain correspondence, conference minutes and agenda, memoranda, reports, study and conference participant lists, paper and publication drafts, and final publications regarding Division administrative activities, studies and statements, consultative work for other Lutheran Council in the USA (LCUSA) divisions and offices, and theological education conferences for seminary students and faculty. Studies and conferences conducted by the Division for LCUSA participating church bodies pertain to the anniversaries of the Formula of Concord and the Augsburg Confession; sex, marriage, and the family; in-vitro fertilization; the born again movement; christology; the church and the ministry; the function of doctrine and theology in light of the unity of the church; God's presence and action today; hermeneutics; historical criticism; historic episcopate; the Holy Spirit; inter-faith worship; ordination of women; peace and war; and ... Read More
Emory University - Pitts Theology Library Archives and Manuscripts Department
The collection consists mainly of Braun's lecture and research notes. The topics covered consist mainly of various Biblical books and the history of early Christianity. The notes are grouped together under the subject headings which Braun himself gave them. Braun sometimes included correspondence relevant to the topic concerned among his notes. Also mingled in with the notes are what appear to be class rolls
Boston College Libraries
Composed mainly of manuscripts and typescripts of works by Beeck, as well as copies of articles, lectures, and reviews. Much of the material relates to Catholic theology or theologians, such as Karl Rahner. There is also some correspondence relating to particular research projects, and a translation of a work by Pieter Frans Smulders
Andrews University - James White Library
The Calvin Edwards collection contains published and unpublished records dating primarily from the mid to late 1970s to the early 1980s. The topics include many controversies, primarily theological, extent in the Seventh-day Adventist Church during that period. The documents do not treat any one topic in depth, but provide an overview of the issues and what was being said at certain times during the years covered by the collection
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Library
This collection contains publications (1966-1987) produced by the Division of Theological Studies or regarding projects in which the Division participated. Publications concern Division studies and statements on such topics as christology, ordination of women, the Formula of Concord, the Holy Spirit, pastoral counseling, hermeneutics, the born again movement, Lutheran-Jewish relations, the historic episcopate, in-vitro fertilization, the ecumenical movement, peace, the millennium, interfaith worship, and historical criticism; and dialogues with representatives from the Angelical/Episcopal, Baptist, Conservative/Evangelical, Jewish, Reformed, and United Methodist traditions. The final portion of the collection contains issues of the Division's "Studies" series which consists of reports, essays and statements
Fuller Theological Seminary - David Allan Hubbard Library
Loyola University Chicago - Cudahy/Lewis Library
Father John Meier addresses six of the major points of division among theologians regarding the historical Jesus. Sponsored by the Department of Theology
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary - Roberts Library