Theology Through the Looking Glass
- Laughing Boy. // New Republic;12/25/29, Vol. 61 Issue 786, p151
The article reviews the book "Laughing Boy," by Oliver La Farge.
- NATURE, MANKIND, AND THE INCARNATION: A FRAMEWORK FOR INTERPRETING THE SOCIO-POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF JOHN WILLIAMSON NEVIN'S ECCLESIOCENTRIC THEOLOGY. SHEPPARD BORNEMAN, ADAM // Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN): Theses & Dissertat;2008, p1
Attempts to interpret the socio-political dimensions of John Williamson Nevin's theology have failed to employ the structures most fundamental to Nevin's hermeneutics, namely, an analogy of being and an insistence upon the "wholeness" of the Incarnation. As a result, presentations of Nevin's...
- Church, Sacrament, and American Democracy: The Social and Political Dimensions of John Williamson Nevin's Theology of Incarnation. Yrigoyen, Charles // Church History;Sep2012, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p720
The article reviews the book "Church, Sacrament, and American Democracy: The Social and Political Dimensions of John Williamson Nevin's Theology of Incarnation," by Adam S. Borneman.
- THEOLOGY DRIVES METHODOLOGY: A COMPARATlVE STUDY OF THE NATURE AND MEANS OF CONVERSION IN THE THEOLOGY OF CHARLES GRANDISON FINNEYAND JOHN WILLIAMSON NEVIN. Dahlfred, Karl Vincent // Theological Research Exchange Network (TREN): Theses & Dissertat;2011, preceding p1
The article focuses on the comparative analysis of the theologies of John Williamson Nevin and Charles Grandison Finney on nature and means of conversion. Topics discussed include the course of popular American evangelism, means such as sacraments, preaching, and pastoral visitation as effective...
- Welcoming Antichrist. Hutchens, S. M. // Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p19
The article offers the author's insight on the essay "Antichrist," by J. W. Nevin, which identifies the spirit of schism and sect as the spirit of antichrist. The author states that Nevin lays down the typical marks of antichrist including the denial of the Church as a real supernatural...
- HARD WINTER. la Farge, Oliver // Saturday Evening Post;12/30/1933, Vol. 206 Issue 27, p5
Presents the short story "Hard Winter," by Oliver La Farge.
- THY NEIGHBOR'S ROOF. Trillin, Calvin // New Yorker;3/29/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p124
The article focuses on roofs in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The people in the city are serious about roofs and even had legal cases concerning family feuds on roof installation. They are committed to flat roofs that appear on the brown adobe houses built to conform to what is known locally as Old...
- THE BRUSH OF THE WINGS. La Farge, Oliver // New Yorker;8/25/1956, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p34
The article presents the short story "The Brush of the Wings," by Oliver La Farge.
- With Scrip and Staff. // America;6/9/1934, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p208
The article discusses the allotment system for Indians in the U.S. The Right Reverend William Hughes wrote in the "Indian Sentinel" the merits of the Indian bill about the treatment of the Indians. Hughes notes that the 100,000 landless Indians evidenced that the system did not work as expected....