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The work of Henry Nelson Wieman played an important role in the construction of the text of The Urantia Book. This bibliography is provided for the student who wishes to further pursue the work of this important source author. This material is taken from The Empirical Theology of Henry Nelson Wieman, by Robert Bretall, 1963.

1. Books by Henry Nelson Wieman
2. Essays, Articles and Reviews by Henry Nelson Wieman
3. Publications Dealing Specifically with Henry Nelson Wieman


AAPSS = Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science
CC = Christian Century
Ethics = International Journal of Ethics
JP = Journal of Philosophy
JR = Journal of Religion
NR = New Republic
PR = Philosophical Review

1. Books by Henry Nelson Wieman

Religious Experience and Scientific Method (New York: Macmillan).

The Wrestle of Religion with Truth (New York: Macmillan).

Methods of Private Religious Living (New York: Macmillan).
Prepared during 1927-8 for monthly bulletin of Institute of Sacred Literature published at the University of Chicago under the title "Experiments in Personal Religion."

The Issues of Life: Mendenhall Lectures, 12th series, delivered at De Pauw University (New York: Abingdon Press).
Wieman and H. P. Van Dusen, Eds., Ventures in Belief: Christian Convictions for a Day of Uncertainty (New York: Scribner).

Is There a God? A Conversation (with Douglas Clyde MacIntosh and Max Carl Otto), first in Christian Century, 1932-3 (Chicago: Willet, Clark).

Normative Psychology of Religion (with Regina Westhall Wieman) (New York: Crowell).

American Philosophies of Religion (with Bertrand Eugene Meland) (Chicago: Willet, Clark).

The Growth of Religion (with Walter Marshall Horton) (Part II --Wieman: "Contemporary Growth of Religion") (Chicago: Willet, Clark).

Now We Must Choose (New York: Macmillan).

The Source of Human Good (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).
The Directive in History: Ayer Lectures, 1948 (Boston: Beacon Press, 1949).

Man's Ultimate Commitment (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press).

Intellectual Foundation of Faith (New York: Philosophical Library).

2. Essays, Articles, and Reviews by Henry Nelson Wieman

"Organization of Interest" (from Doctoral Thesis). (No date.) (1917?)
"A Criticism of Coordination as Criterion of Moral Value." JP, XIV: 20 (Sept. 27,1917), pp. 533-42.

"The Nature of Mentality." Psychological Review, XXVI (May, 1919), pp. 23-46.

"Personal and Impersonal Groups." Ethics, XXXI (July, 1921), pp. 381-93.

"Knowledge of Other Minds." JP, XIX (Oct. 26, 1922), pp. 605-11.

"Experience, Mind, and Concept." JP, XXI (Oct. 29, 1924), pp. 561-72.
Review of J. E. Turner, The Philosophic Basis of Moral Obligation. JP, XXI (Oct. 23, 1924), pp. 611-14.

"How Do We Know God?" JR, V (March, 1925), pp. 113-29.
"Objectives Versus Ideals." Ethics, XXXV (April, 1925), pp. 296-307.
"Religion in Dewey's 'Experience and Nature.'" Review of John Dewey, Experience and Nature, JR, V (Sept., 1925), pp.519-42.

"Religion in Dreamland." Review of William M. Forrest, Do Fundamentalists Play Fair?; William Louis Poteat, Can a Man Be a Christian Today?; and Francis L. Patton, Fundamental Christianity, NR, XLVI (May 12,1926), pp. 377-8.
"The Method of Religious Inquiry." NR, XLVIII (Sept. 29, 1926), pp. 140-43.
"The Approaching Crisis." CC, CXIII (Nov., 1926), pp. 119-22.

"Two Views of Whitehead." Review of Alfred North Whitehead, Religion in the Making, NR, II (Feb. 16, 1927), pp. 361-2.
Review of Alfred North Whitehead, Religion in the Making, Ethics, XXXVII (April, 1927), pp. 312-13.
"Modem Catholic Philosophy." Review of John S. Zybura, Present-Day Thinkers and the New Scholasticism, JR, VII: 2 (April, 1927), pp. 315-18.
"Personal Idealism in the Service of Religion." Review of Ralph Tyler Flewelling, Creative Personality: A Study in Philosophical Reconstruction, JR, VII: 2 (April, 1927), pp. 321-5.
"Definition of Religion: A Symposium." JR, VII: 2(May, 1927), pp. 301-14.
"How Religion Cures Human Ills." JR, VII: 2 (May, 1927), pp. 263-76.
"Why Religion Saves." Review of Horace M. Kallen, Why Religion? NR, L (May 11, 1927), pp. 341-2.
"Religion Re-defined." Review of Alfred North Whitehead, Religion in the Making, JR, VII: 3 (July, 1927), pp. 487-90.
"Worship as a Means to Successful Living." Methodist Quarterly Review, LXXVI (July, 1927), pp. 355-66. Reprinted as Ch III of The Wrestle of Religion with Truth.
"Professor Whitehead's Concept of God." Hibbert Journal, XXV (July, 1927), pp. 623-30. Reprinted as Chap. XI in The Wrestle of Religion with Truth.
"The Story of Idealism." Review of R. F. Alfred Hoemlé Idealism as a Philosophy, JR, VII: 4(October, 1927), pp. 650-53.

"A Psychological Study of Wesley and Methodism." Review of Sidney G. Dimond, The Psychology of the Methodist Revival, JR, VIII: 1 (Jan., 1928), pp. 143-4.
Reply to Review by J. W. Buckharn ("Nature of Religion"). CC, XLV (Feb. 23,1928), pp. 240-41.
"Beauty and God in Public Worship." Methodist Quarterly Review, LXXVII (April, 1928), pp. 179-92.
"The Philosophy of Personalism." Review of Albert 1. Knudson, The Philosophy of Personalism, IR, VIII: 2 (April, 1928), pp. 291-6.
"Value and the Individual." JP, XXV (April 26, 1928), pp. 233-9.
"Kallen's Criticism: A Reply." JP, XXV (Aug. 2, 1928), pp. 435-8.
"Next Step for the Churches." CC, XLV (Sept. 20, 1928), pp. 1126-9.
"Adventure as Religious Method." Review of Burnett Streeter, John MacMurray, Alexander Russell, and Catherine Chilott, Adventure, JR, VIII: 4 (Oct., 1928), pp. 645-6.
"Spiritual Life," Part III, Chap. 9 of Experiments in Personal Religion by Ames, Bower, et al. (Chicago: American Institute of Sacred Literature, 1928).

"Philosophy of Worship." Monist, XXXIX (Jan., 1929), pp. 58-79.
"A Workable Idea of God." CC, XLVI (Feb. 14, 1929), pp. 226-8.
"Can Religion Embrace Nature?" Review of John Baillie, The Interpretation of Religion, NR, LVIII (March 6, 1929), pp. 75-6.
"Is Sin Out of Date?" CC, XLVI (March 14,1929), pp. 354-6.
Review of Edward S. Ames, Religion, CC, XLVI (March 21, 1929), p. 391.
"Naturalism Becomes Religious." Review of Edward S. Ames, Religion, NR, LIX (May 22,1929), pp. 44-5.
"Wrong Ways to justify Religion." CC, XLVI (Dec. 18, 1929), pp. 1571-3; XLVII (Jan. 8,1930), p. 55.

"Religion, God and the Ideal." The New Humanist, IV (1930), pp. 1-6, 33-40.
"A Philosophy of Religion." Review of Alfred North Whitehead, Process and Reality, JR, X: 1 (Jan., 1930), pp. 137-9.
"Right Way to justify Religion." CC, XLVII (Jan. 29,1930), pp. 139-42.
"Religion and the Physical Sciences." World Tomorrow, XIII (Feb., 1930), pp. 56-9.
"Another Interpretation of St. Francis." CC, XLVII (Feb. 121, 1930), pp. 209-11.
"A Diagnosis of our Ill." Review of Fritz Heinemann, Neue Wege der Philosophie, JR, X: 2 (April, 1930), pp. 287-90.
"Value.' Review of John Laird, The Idea of Value, JR, X: 2 (April, 1930), pp. 290-91.
"Does Prayer Change the Weather? A Symposium." CC, XLVII (Sept. 10, 1930), p. 1085.
"Appreciating Jesus Christ." CC, XLVII (Oct. 1, 1930), pp. 1181-4.
"John R. Mott." CC, XLVII (Oct. 15,1930), pp. 1246-7.

"God and Value," chapter in Religious Realism, Ed. D. C. MacIntosh (New York: Macmillan).
"Religion in John Dewey's Philosophy." JR, XI: I (Jan., 1931), pp. 1-19.
'What Is Knowledge?" Review of A. 0. Lovejoy, The Revolt Against Dualism, JR, XI: 2 (April, 1931), pp. 303-4.
"How Do We Know?" CC, XLVIII (May 27,1931), pp. 713-15.
"The Paradox of Pessimism." Review of Radoslav A. Tsanoff, The Nature of Evil, JR, XI: 3 (July, 1931), pp. 467-9.
"God, the Inescapable." CC, XLVIII (Sept. 23, 30, '1931), pp. 1170-72,1209-11.
"Sand-Lot Religion." CC, XLVIII (Nov. 11, 1931), p. 1424.

"Theocentric Religion." Religion in Life, 1 (1932), pp. 102-14.
"Theocentric Religion," in Vergilius Ferm, Ed., Contemporary American Theology: Theological Biographies, First Series (New York: Round Table Press), pp. 339-52.
Review of Charles A. Bennett, The Dilemma of Religious Knowledge, JR, XII (April, 1932), pp. 292-4.
Review of Wilhelm Pauck, Karl Barth: Prophet of a New Christianity, JR, XII: 3 (July, 1932), pp. 410-12.
Review of Douglas Clyde MacIntosh, The Pilgrimage of Faith in the World of Modern Thought, JR, XII: 3 (July, 1932), pp. 420-21.
Review of J. E. Turner, The Revelation of Deity, Ethics, XLIII (Oct., 1932), pp. 97-9.
Review of Edgar Sheffield Brightman, Is God a Reason?, CC, XLIX (Oct. 5,1932), pp. 1204-5.
"A Conversation About God." CC, XLIX (Feb. 10, March 2, 23, April 13, May 4, 25, June 15, July 13, Aug. 24, 1932; and April 5, May 31, 1933), pp. 186-8, 282-4, 381-3, 477-80, 573-6, 671-4, 76841, 883-6, 1025-7; and L, pp. 466-7, 726-7. (Identical with Is There A God? by H. N. Wieman, D. C. MacIntosh, and M. C. Otto (Chicago: Willet, Clark, 1932).

Review of Eugene William Lyman, The Meaning and Truth of Religion, CC, I (June 7,1933), pp. 753-4.
Review of Eugene William Lyman, The Meaning of Truth, JR, XIII: 3 (July, 1933), pp. 354-5.
Review of Henry P. Van Dusen, The Plain Man Seeks for God, CC, L (July 19,1933), p. 935.
"On Using the Word 'God': A Reply." JP, XXX (July 20, 1933), pp. 399-404.
"Reply to Mr. Van Dusen on God." CC, L (Sept. 13, 1933), pp. 1148-9.
Review of Alfred E. Garvie, The Christian Belief in God in Relation to Religion and Philosophy, CC, L (Nov. 1, 1933), pp. 1370-71.

Review of Henry Van Dusen, The Plain man Seeks for God, IR, XIV: 1 (Jan., 1934), pp. 117-18.
Review of Karl Barth and Edward Thurneysen, Come Holy Spirit; and Adolf Keller, Karl Barth and Christian Unity, CC, LI (Feb. 7, 1934), p. 186.
"The Theology of Karl Barth . CC, L1 (Feb. 7, 28, 1934), pp. 186-7,292-3.
Review of William Adams Brown, God at Work: A Study of the Supernatural, CC, Ll (March 7, 1934), p. 322.
Review of John Baillie, And the Life Everlasting, JR, XIV: 2 (April, 1934), pp. 224-6.
Review of Walter M. Horton, Theism and the Scientific Spirit, JR, XIV: 2 (April, 1934), pp. 228-9.
Review of Conger, The Horizons of Thought, JR, XIV- 2 (April, 1934), pp. 231-2.
"Was God in Jesus?" CC, LI (May 2,1934), pp. 589-.91.
Review of Scripps College Papers No. 5, Lectures on the Meaning of God in Human Life, CC, LI (Sept. 12,1934), p. 1149.
"The Need of Philosophy of Religion." JR, XIV (Oct., 1934), pp. 379-95. Reprinted as Chap. II of American Philosophies of Religion, Ed. V. Ferm.
Review of Alexander et al., Lectures on the Meaning of God in Modem Life, JR, XIV: 4 (Oct., 1934), pp. 463-4.
Review of Joseph H. Leuba, God or Man: A Study of the Value of God to Man, JR, XIV: 4 (Oct., 1934), pp. 458-60.
Review of W. R. Matthews, God and This Troubled World, CC, LI (Nov. 7,1934), P. 1415.
"John Dewey's Common Faith." CC, LI (Nov. 14, 1934), pp. 1450-52.
"Is John Dewey a Theist?" with E. E. Aubrey and John Dewey. CC, LI (Dec. 5,1934), pp. 1550-3.

"Dewey and Buckham on Religion." JR, XV: I (Jan., 1935), pp. 10-21.
"Ultra-Human." CC, LII (July 24,1935), pp. 962-4.
"God in Emergent Evolution." Review of Robert L. Calhoun, God and the Common Life, CC, LII (Oct. 2, 1935), p. 1242.
"God Is More Than We Can Think." Christendom, I (19351936), pp. 428-42.
"Faith and Knowledge." Christendom, I (1935-1936), pp. 762-78.

"The Present Outlook in Religious Thought." CC, LIII (Jan. 8, 1936), pp. 43-5.
"Man's Work and God's Work." CC, L111 (April 8, 1936), pp. 531-3.
"Authority and the Normative Approach." JR, XVI (April, 1936), pp. 175--202.
"Values: Primary Data for Religious Inquiry," JR, XVI: 4 (Oct., 1936), pp. 379-405.

Review of Cole, Character and Christian Education, JR, XVII: 3 (July, 1937), pp. 309-12.
Review of V. Ferm, First Chapters in Religious Philosophy, and First Adventures in Philosophy, JR, XVII: 3 (July, 1937), pp. 317-19.
Review of Harvard Tercentenary Publication, Factors Determining Human Behavior, JR, XVII: 3 (July, 1937), pp. 321-4.
"The Absolute Commitment of Faith." Christendom, II (1937), pp. 202-14.

"The New Supernaturalism." Christendom, III (1938), pp. 68-81. Review of Keilbacb, Die Problematik der Religionen: Eine Religions-Philosophische Studie mit Besondere Berucksichtigung der Neuen Religions Psychologie, JR, XVIII: 1 (Jan., 1938), pp. 102-5. Review of A. Campbell Garnett, Reality and Value, JR, XVIII: 2 (April, 1938), pp. 222-3.
Review of Nicholas Berdyaev, The Origin of Russian Communism, JR, XVIII: 4 (Oct., 1938), pp. 437-9.

"Some Blind Spots Removed." CC, LVI (Jan. 27, 1939), pp. 116-8.
"Authority and the Normative Approach." JR, XIX (April, 1939 pp. 175-202 (a chapter of American Philosophies of Religion).
Review of A. N. Whitehead, Modes of Thought, JR, XIX: (April, 1939), pp. 237-9.
"Interpretation of Kierkegaard." CC, LVI (April 6, 1939), pp 444-6.
"Keep Our Country Out of This War." CC, LVI (Sept. 27,1939 pp. 1162-4.
"The Need of Philosophy of Religion." Chap. II of American Philosophies of Religion, Ed. V. Ferm.
Review of Meland, Write Your Own Ten Commandments, JR, XIX: 4 (Oct., 1939), pp. 394-5.

Review of Max Otto, The Human Enterprise: An Attempt to Relate Philosophy to Daily Life, CC, LVII (April 10, 1940), pp. 480-2.
"On Using Christian Words." JR, XX: 3 (July, 1940), pp. 257-69.
Review of A. A. Bowman, A Sacramental Universe: Being a Study of the Metaphysics of Experience, JR, XX: 3 (July, 1940), pp. 295-7.
"Empirical Religion: Answer to Mr. Thomas." JR, XX: 4 (Oct., 1940), pp. 391-4.
"What Is Most Important in Christianity?" Religion in the Making, I (1940-41), pp. 149-66.

Review of E. S. Brightman, A Philosophy of Religion, JR, XXI: 2 (April, 1941), pp. 197-200.
"The Responsibility of Philosophical Inquiry." JP, Y_XWIII (July 3,1941), pp. 365-74.
"Join Russia in This Warl" CC, LVIII (Aug. 13, Sept. 10, 24, 1941), pp. 1002-4,1114-23, 1180.
Review of F. J. E. Woodbridge, An Essay on Nature, JR, XXI: 4 (Oct., 1941), pp. 466-8.
"Theocentric Religion Ten Years Later." Religion in Life, XI (1941-2), pp. 14-16.

'"Democracy and Language." Ethics, LII (Jan., 1942), pp. 216-21.
'The Churches and the Coming Dictatorship " CC, LIX 18,1942), pp. 346-8.
Review of Jay Franklin, Remaking America, CC, LIX (May 6, 1942), pp. 597-8.
Review of Charles Morris, Paths of Life: Preface to a World Religion, CC, LIX (July 1, 1942), pp. 837-8.
Review of Bradshaw, Philosophical Foundations of Faith: A Contribution Toward a Philosophy of Religion, JR, XXII: 4 (Oct., 1942), pp. 440-42.
"Achieving Personal Stability." Chapter in Religion and the Present Crisis, Ed. John Knox (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1942), pp. 69-86.

"Can God Be Perceived?", JR, XXIII: 1 (Jan., 1943), pp. 23,32. "Perception and Cognition." JP, XL (Feb. 4, 1943), pp. 73-7.
Review of Richard Kroner, The Religious Function of Imagination, JR, XXIII: 3 (July, 1943), p. 222.
"Power and Goodness of God." JR, XXIII: 4 (Oct., 1943), pp. 266-75.
"Teaching Religion in War Time." Journal of Bible and Religion, XI, pp. 75-80.

"Can God Be Perceived?" A Reply to Dubs and Bernhardt, JR, XXIV (Jan., 1944), pp. 56-8.
Review of Schlipp, The Philosophy of G. E. Moore, JR, XXIV: 2, pp. 145-6.

Contributions to Vergilius Ferm, An Encyclopedia of Religion (New York: Philosophical Library, 1945).
"Education for Social Direction," in Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 5th Symposium: Approaches to National Unity, Eds. Lyman Bryson, Louis Finkelstein, R. M. MacIver (New York: Harper, 1945), pp. 937-65.
"Intrinsic, Instrumental and Creative Value." JP, XLII (March 29, 1945), pp. 180-5.

"Neo-Orthodoxy and Contemporary Religious Reaction." Chap. I of Religious Liberals Reply, by Wieman Press, 1947).
Resources for Constructive Use of Atomic Energy." In Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion, 7th Symposium, 1947, Eds. Bryson, Finkelstein, MacIver (New York: Harper, 1947), pp. 247-57.
"Comprehensive Problem of Religious Instruction." Religious Education, XLII (March, 1947), pp. 86-90. et al. (Boston: Beacon Review of Charles Hartshorne, The Divine Relativity, PR, LVIII: I (Jan., 1949).
"Education for Today." Old Oregon, XXXI (Nov., 1949), pp. 10-20.
Review of Mordecai Kaplan, The Future of the American Jew, Review of Religion, XIV (Nov., 1949), pp. 51-8.
Paper from "Perspectives on a Troubled Decade": Translated into Japanese by David N. Iino in Atomic Power and Peace (Uwanami Co., 1949).

"Philosopher's Dean: The Dual Dewey." The Christian Register, XXVIII (Nov., 1949), pp. 22-4.
"Education for Social Direction." Christian Education, XXXII (Dec. 1949), pp. 240-252.
"Education for Social Direction." Conference on Science, Philosophy and Religion in Their Relation to the Democratic Way of Life. Perspectives on a Troubled Decade: Science, Philosophy and Religion, 1939-49; 10th Symposium; Eds. Bryson, Finkelstein, and MacIver (New York: Harper, 1950), pp. 493-506.
"Values and the Social Scientist." Journal of Social Studies, VI: 4 (1950), pp. 33-38.
Review of Paul Weiss, Man's Freedom, AAPSS, CCLXXII (Nov., 1950), p. 272.

Review of Ray Lepley, Value: A Cooperative Inquiry, AAPSS, CCLXXIII (Jan., 1951), p. 263.
Review of Religion and the Intellectuals in Partisan Review, AAPSS, CCLXXIV (March, 1951), p. 259. 1952
"Contribution of Mordecai Kaplan to the Concept of God," chapter in Mordecai Kaplan: An Evaluation, Eds. Eisenstein and Kohn (New York: Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation, 1952).
Review of George Conger, Epitomization, JR, (Jan., 1952).

"The Promise of Protestantism-Whither and Whether," Chap. VIII in The Protestant Credo, Ed. V. Ferm (New York: Philosophical Library, 1953), pp. 163-87.

"Time and Man's Ultimate Commitment." JR, XXXIV (July, 1954), pp. 173-86.

"Religious Significance of Creative Interchange." The Iliff Review (Spring, 1955).
"Creative Freedom: Aim of Liberal Religion." The Christian Register (Oct., 1955).

"Neo-Orthodoxy's World Without Science: Liberalism's Challenge." The Christian Register (May, 1956).
Chapter in This Is My Faith, Ed. Stewart G. Cole (New York: Harper, 1956), pp. 259-71.
"A Religious Naturalist Looks at Reinhold Niebuhr," essay in Reinhold Niebuhr: His Religious, Social and Political Thought, Eds. Kegley and Bretall (New York: Macmillan, 1956), pp. 333-53. 1958
"Knowledge, Religious and Otherwise." JR, XXXVIII: I (Jan., 1958), pp. 12-28.

Wieman and Regina Westcott Wieman, "Appraising Religious Growth," excerpts from Normative Psychology of Religion, in Orlo Strunk, Ed., Readings in the Psychology of Religion (New York: Abingdon Press, 1959), pp. 165-72.
_______, "Conditions of Effective Prayer," from Normative Psychology of Religion, in Orlo Strunk, Ed., Readings in the Psychology of Religion (New York: Abingdon Press, 1959), pp. 210-11.
Review of John Herman Randall, The Role of Knowledge in Western Religion, AAPSS (March, 1959).

3. Publications Dealing Specifically with Henry Nelson Wieman

Cobb, John Boswell, "A Criticism of Wieman's Theory of Value and Definition of God" (A.M. thesis, University of Chicago, 1949).
Day, A. E., "Wieman's Philosophy and Christianity." Methodist Quarterly Review, CXIII (Sept., 1930), pp. 681-91.
Dubs, H. H., "Religious Naturalism: An Evaluation." JR, XXIII (Oct., 1943), pp. 258--65.
Editorial, "Significance of Professor Wieman." CC, XLVI (April 24, 1929), pp. 542-4.
Farmer, Herbert H., "Some Reflections on Prof. Wieman's New Book" [Source of Human Good]. JR, XXVII (April, 1947), pp. 114-9.
Howell, Forest William, "Wieman's Criticism of the Personalistic Doctrine of God" (A.M. thesis, University of Chicago, 1951).
Jones, Rufus M., "What Saints and Sages See." CC, XLVII (Feb. 12, 1930), pp. 206-9.
Martens, William Selkirk, "An Explanation of Professor Wieman's Concept of Value As It Applies to Social Direction" (A.M. thesis, University of Chicago, 1948).
Martin, James Alfred, "H. N. Wieman, Theistic Naturalist," in Empirical Philosophies of Religion with Special Reference to Boodin, Brightman, Hocking, Maclntosh and Wieman (New York: Columbia University Press, 1945), pp. 86-109.
Meland, B., "Nature of the Human Problem," in B. E. Meland, Reawakening of Christian Faith (New York: Macmillan, 1949), pp. 1-61.
Murray, Herbert J., "Aesthetic Experience and Empirical Theology in the Philosophies of John Dewey, Alfred North Whitebead, and Henry N. Wieman (B.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1949).
Ogden, Schubert Miles, "God As Hidden and Known: A Study Based Upon the Writings of Rudolph Bultmann and Henry Nelson Wieman," (B.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1954).
Ray, Hartley Cabot, "A Comparison of the Ethical Implications of the Philosophies of Religion of Reinhold Niebubr and Henry Nelson Wieman" (B.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1945).
Reagin, Ewell Julian, "Method in Contemporary Theology: A Study of Henry Nelson Wieman and Paul TillicY (B.D. thesis, University of Chicago Divinity School, 1957).
Yeager, Iver F., "Value and General Education: A Critical Study of Wieman's Theory of Value As Applied to General Education," (Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago Divinity School, 1957).
Zollinger, Edward Wemer, "Theology of Politics: A Contemporary Study of Brunner, Barth and Wieman" (A.M. thesis, University of Chicago Divinity School, 1958).

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