Friday, June 1, 2012

A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Bibliography

Part 1 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Introduction
Part 2 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Survey 
Part 3 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - A New Theology
Part 4 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Harmitology
Part 5 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Soteriology & Ecclesiology
Part 6 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Christology
Part 7 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Atonement Theory History 1 
Part 8 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Atonement Theory History 2
Part 9 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Atonement Theory History 3
Part 10 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Atonement Theory History 4
Part 11 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Conclusion 
Part 12 - A Theology For a Social Atonement: Walter Rauschenbusch & the Foundation of the Social Gospel - Bibliography  


BIBLIOGRAPHY

Books

    Allison, Gregg R. Historical Theology: An Introduction to Christian Doctrine. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2011.

Bushnell, Horace. God in Christ: Three Discourses. Hartford: Brown and Parsons, 1849.

    ________.  The Vicarious Sacrifice: Grounded in Principles of Universal Obligation. New York: Charles Scribner & Company, 1866.

    Campolo, Tony.  Red-Letter Christians: A Citizens Guide to Faith and Politics.  Ventura, CA:  Regal Books, 2008.

Coffin, Henry Sloane.  Social Aspects of the Cross.  New York: Hodder & Stoughton, 1911.

    Evans, Christopher H. The Kingdom is Always But Coming: A Life of Walter Rauschenbusch. Waco, TX: Baylor University Press, 2010.

    Harnack, Adolf von. History of Dogma. Edited and translated by Neil Buchanan. 7 vols. Eugene, OR:  Wipf & Stock, 1997.

    Livingston, James C. and Francis Schüssler Fiorenza.  Modern Christian Thought: The Enlightenment and the Nineteenth Century. 2nd ed.  Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2006.

    McLaren, Brian.  Everything Must Change: Jesus, Global Crises, and a Revolution of Hope. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, Inc, 2007.

    McGrath, Alister E. Historical Theology: An Introduction to the History of Christian Thought. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 1998.
   
    Minus, Paul M. Walter Rauschenbusch: American Reformer. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, 1988.

    Ramsay, William M. Four Modern Prophets: Walter Rauschenbusch, Martin Luther King, Jr., Gustavo Gutiérrez, Rosemary Radford Ruether. Atlanta: John Knox Press, 1986.

    Rauschenbusch, Walter.  A Gospel For the Social Awakening: Selections From the Writings of Walter Rauschenbusch.  Edited by Benjamin E. Mays.  New York: Association Press, 1950.

    ________. A Rauschenbusch Reader: The Kingdom of God and the Social Gospel.  Edited by Benson Young Landis.  New York: Harper & Brothers, 1957.

________.  A Theology for the Social Gospel.  New York: The MacMillan Company, 1917.

________.  Christianity and the Social Crisis. New York: The MacMillan Company, 1913.

________.  Christianizing the Social Order.  Waco, TX:  Baylor University Press, 2010.

________.  Dare We Be Christians?  Boston: The Pilgrim Press, 1914.

________.  The Social Principles of Jesus. New York: The Women’s Press, 1917.

    ________.  Walter Rauschenbusch: Selected Writings. Edited by Winthrop S. Hudson. New York:  Paulist Press, 1984.

Schleiermacher, Friedrich. The Christian Faith.  New York:  T&T Clarke, 1999. 

Schwarz, Hans.  Christology. Grand Rapids:  William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1998.

Sharpe, Dores Robinson.  Walter Rauschenbusch.  New York: The MacMillan Company, 1942.

    Smith, H. Shelton, ed.  Horace Bushnell.  A Library of Protestant Thought.  New York:  Oxford University, 1965.

    Smucker, Donavan E. The Origins of Walter Rauschenbusch’s Social Ethics. Buffalo:  McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1994.

    Thomas, James Bishop.  Religion, Its Prophets and Its False Prophets. New York:  The MacMillan Company, 1941.

    Wallis, Jim.  God’s Politics: Why the Right Gets It Wrong And The Left Doesn’t Get It. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, Inc., 2005.

    ________.  The Great Awakening: Reviving Faith & Politics in a Post-Religious Right America.  New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 2008.
   
Articles and Chapters

    Allison, Gregg R. “A History of the Doctrine of the Atonement.”  The Southern Baptist Journal of Theology 11, no. 2: 4-19.

    Anselm, “Why God Became Man.” In Anselm of Canterbury: The Major Works. Edited by Brian Davies and Gill R. Evans. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998.

    Hyde, William DeWitt, “The Sins Which Crucified Jesus.” In Modern Sermons by World Scholars. Edited by Robert Scott and William C. Stiles.  Volume 4.  New York:  Funk & Wagnals Company, 1909.

    Luther, Martin Luther.  “To the Christian Nobility of the German Nation.” Translated by Charles M. Jacobs. Revised by James Atkins. In Three Treatises. 2nd Edition. Revised. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1970, 1-112.

    Marina, Jacqueline. “Christology and Anthropology in Friedrich Schleiermacher.” In The Cambridge Companion to Friedrich Schleiermacher. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

    Ryken, Philip Graham. “The Medieval Achievement: Anselm on the Atonement.” In Precious Blood: The Atoning Work of Christ. Edited by Richard D. Phillips. Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 2011.
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