Bachelor of Divinity: 1895-1970

Chicago Theological Seminary BD Theses


  • Blish, William Henry. Roman Catholic foreign missions: their present status (1895)
  • Corwin, Carl Henry. How shall divorce be checked? (1895)
  • Cutler, Walter Adams. The Old Testament doctrine of Sheol (1895)
  • Dibble, William Leggett. An ideal sermon: material and construction (1895)
  • Diven, Clarence Leslie. Apologetic problems: or the nature and aims, the methods, and the value of apologetics (1896)
  • Fox, Frank. George Whitefield and his work as an evangelist in America (1895)
  • Hall, Hedley Arsene. The dramatic element in the Bible (1895)
  • Harrison, Norman. The fundamental inevitable antagonism between the Church of Rome in this country and republican institutions (1895)
  • Hopkins, William Henry. New false teachings from an old point of view: the Bible doctrine of false prophets (1895)
  • Kirkpatrick, John Erwin. Charity in the early church: from the apostolic period to the recognition of the church by the Empire (1895)
  • Larkin, Ralph Baxter. The balance existing between egoism and altruism as viewed from the Christian standpoint (1895)
  • Leonard, Arthur Eastman. The three witnesses [John 5:8] (1895)
  • Marcellius, David. Jesu liknelser (1895)
  • Marsh, Wilson Jeptha. The hina and hopos plerothei clauses in Matthew (1895)
  • Millard, William Barrett. The New Testament view of divorce (1895)
  • Nelson, John William. A critical estimate of conditional immortality (1895)
  • Reed, James Lee. Child saving as a preventative of pauperism (1895)
  • Robinson, Oliver Theron. Personality as a factor in evangelism (1895)
  • Seccombe, Charles Horace. John’s doctrine of the preincarnate Logos (1895)
  • Soderquist, Carl John. The promulgation of Christianity in Sweden: from the ninth to the eleventh centuries (1895)
  • Stetson, Reuben Kidder. Old Testament idea of life after death (1895)
  • Wellman, Frederick Creighton. Physical obstacles to evangelization (1895)
  • Winchester, Benjamin S. The effect upon the Hebrew society of the change from a Nomadic to an agricultural life (1895)
  • Brooks, Jonas Gardner. The regenerate church in the first three centuries (1896)
  • Brown, Richard. A study of Robert Browne: his times and teaching (1896)
  • Burleigh, Benjamin Wade, Issues between the early Christian church and the Jews (1896)
  • Cushing, Edwin Bascom. Evolution in its bearing upon fundamental Christian doctrines (1896)
  • Dascomb, Henry Nutting. The Kenosis (1896)
  • Davies, John. A study of the Christiological teaching of Phil. II: 5-11 (1896)
  • Diven, Clarence Leslie. Apologetic problems: or the nature and aims, the methods, and the value of apologetics (1896)
  • Ferguson, John Benjamin. The Atonement (1896)
  • French, Charles Leonard. A historical study of Christian revivals (1896)
  • Frost, Merle Arthur. The meaning of Christ’s death to his own consciousness and in the experience of the apostles (1896)
  • Hubbell, Fred Manning. The bright side of the Indian question: Indian missions (1896)
  • Humphrey, William Brewster. The causes of the persecution under Queen Mary of England (1896)
  • Ingraham, Alexander Miller. The influence of Greek thought upon the New Testament teaching of justification by faith (1896)
  • Kolmos, Jesse Jessen. The portrait of Christ in the Synoptists and in John (1896)
  • Mears, Charles Leon. The Holy Spirit: a study in dogmatics (1896)
  • Pritchard, William Suttle The Christian social order as disclosed in the life and words of Christ (1896)
  • Southgate, Benjamin Marsh. Jesus, the son of the God of Israel (1896)
  • Stevens, Julius Merle. The life and teachings of Jesus in the four epistles of Paul (1896)
  • Stockwell, Cyrus Kellogg. Influence of John Wycliff upon John Hus (1896)
  • Strain, Horace Leslie. Jesus’ view of his death according to the Synoptic Gospels: a study in Biblical theology (1896)
  • Wheeler, Frederick Sharon. An historical study of the Logos: in pagan writings of Greek philosophy of the first three centuries of
  • Christianity and comparison of this Logos with that of the Logos in the prologue of John the Apostle (1896)
  • Whitcomb, William Albert. The relation of the new learning to the reformation in England prior to 1830 (1896)
  • Baumgardner, Burdette C. The new democracy (1897)
  • Benson, Ernest Leon. Salvation from sin :an investigation of the teachings of the gospels, of Paul’s epistles, of First John and of
  • Hebrews (1897)
  • Bussey, Robert Daniel. Study of the Apostolic authority in the early Church (1897)
  • Chase, C. Thurston. A study of Jesus’ consciousness of messiahship (1897)
  • Drew, Edward Payson, The vicarious sufferings of the servant of Jehovah : the culmination of messianic prophecy (1897)
  • Erickson, Andrew. The teaching of Jesus regarding his own death as given in the Synoptic Gospels (1897)
  • Guild, Roy Bergen. A study of the Penitentials in the British Isles (1897)
  • Ream, William Theophilus. Evolution in its relation to the Christian doctrine of sin (1897)
  • Skerik, John.The early Moravian missions among the North American Indians (1897)
  • Staff, Fred. Sin in the Norse mythology (1897)
  • Stapleton, Robert S. A study of the Quran: with special reference to its teaching as an authority for the intolerance of Islam toward
  • other religions (1897)
  • Stutson, Henry Howard. German translations of the Bible: from the earliest times to that of Luther (1897)
  • Torrence, James Smith. Peter, subdeacon, rector of Sicily: a study of the times of Gregory I, Pope 590-604 A.D., from his letters (1897)
  • Wiltberger, Louis Warner. Chrysostum as a preacher for his own times (1897)
  • Barnes, Howard Clark. An argument for the existence of God from design in nature and history (1898)
  • Bennett, William Rainey. A study in personality: from the psychological and sociological view-point (1898)
  • Bowers, Roy Edwin. Divine personality and the Incarnation (1898)
  • Burhans, Frank Dennis. The interpretation of Sheol in the Old Testament (1898)
  • Burton, Charles Emerson. Recent developments in methods of church work (1898)
  • Condit, Henry Joy. The educational function of the Church (1898)
  • Dexter, Daniel Weaver. The argument for the existence of God from design in nature and history (1898)
  • Elwell, Talmadge Robert. The intellectual, moral and religious condition of France in the time of Boniface, A.D. 680-755: with special reference to the work of Boniface in France (1898)
  • Evans, John Charles. The regenerate church of the first five centuries (1898)
  • Fisk, Charles Leon. Luther’s relation to the learning of his age (1898)
  • Fritzmeier, William, Die moderne Bibelkritike nach ihrem Wesen und Recht (1898)
  • Hogen, Bert Miley. In what sense are the scriptures inspired? (1898)
  • Jesus consciousness of his office in the work of reconciliation (1898)
  • Jones, Howard Murray. Jesus on prophecy: an investigation of the Synoptic gospels (1898)
  • Long, Frederick William. The influence of the “Theologica Germanica” and the “Brethren of the common life” upon the Reformation (1898)
  • Mills, Harry Edward. Bible eloquence: a study of characteristic types found in scripture with observations as to their value for present day use, also a few comments on “The eloquent silence of Jesus” (1898)
  • Nelson, Josef Frederik. Exclusivism of the Jews after the exile: its cause and its result (1898)
  • Osgood, Robert Storrs. The social function of the family (1898)
  • Painter, Harry Morton. Educational reforms of Charles the Great (1898)
  • Parr, Walter Robinson. Why the Christian Church of the 16th and 17th centuries showed no missionary spirit (1898)
  • Potter, Rockwell Harmon.The Alexandrian Christology (1898)
  • Ramsay, William George. The development of Froebel’s pedagogical principles and their application to the Sunday School (1898)
  • Ross, Joseph B. The family as the basis of social reconstruction (1898)
  • Simmons, William Benton. The plan of union between the Congregationalists and Presbyterians: its origin, workings and results (1898)
  • Stevens, John Leroy. The teaching of Jesus on marriage and divorce (1898)
  • Sullens, Arthur James. The hermeneutical tendency of the Alexandrian School (1898)
  • Thompson, Carl Dean. The teachings of Jesus concerning wealth (1898)
  • Triplett, Harry Montford. The church and social amusements (1898)
  • Varzhabedian, Benjamin Samuel. Christ, the center of unity (1898)
  • Wood, Charles Winter. The oratory of the modern Anglo-Saxon pulpit (1898)
  • Woodcock, Thomas Jefferson. The Old Testament in the light of modern higher critical thought (1898)
  • Work, Monroe Nathan. The influence of woman in the Christianizing of the Germanic races (1898)
  • Baird, Corry Stanley. Charity in the Christian Church (1899)
  • Barnes, Howard Clark. The psychology of sin (1899)
  • Bigelow, Frank Ellsworth. A treatise on the tithe system in the Old Testament (1899)
  • Breed, Reuben Leonard. The teaching of Jesus: as presented in the Synoptists, regarding the meaning of his death (1899)
  • Dixon, William Reese. The influence of Jesuitism in North America (1899)
  • Etherton, Guy Everett. The Christian consciousness of Paul (1899)
  • Fenenga, Melmon Jacob. Modern industrial missions in foreign fields (1899)
  • Gammon, Robert William. The relation of the deity of Christ to the Atonement (1899)
  • Goshen, Elmer Isaac. The teaching of Jesus concerning prayer (1899)
  • Gray, Samuel Houston. The persecution of the Roman Catholics in England during the sixteenth century (1899)
  • Hannant, Norrison Everett. Jesus’ teaching in regard to the Fatherhood of God in the Synopticts [sic] (1899)
  • Harrison, Hiram Blake. Administrative nurture in the Congregational churches (1899)
  • Hartman, John Edwin. Principles of heredity recognized in the Scriptures (1899)
  • Haynes, Herbert. The educational function in foreign missions (1899)
  • Howie, John Lloyd. The doctrine of reconciliation (1899)
  • Lyman, Elias Fenn. An inquiry as to the grounds for a doctrine of faith-healing in the Gospels (1899)
  • Momiroff, Konstantine Dimeter. Christian doctrine and modern legislation on divorce (1899)
  • Mullenbach, James. The German inner mission (1899)
  • Perrin, David J. The idea of righteousness in the Old Testament writings (1899)
  • Prucha, Vaclav. Jesus’ teaching in regard to his death according to the Synoptic Gospels (1899)
  • Robertson, Albert Alexander. The work of Dr. Thomas Chalmers as prefiguring modern methods in church work (1899)
  • Seccombe, Samuel Howe. Christ’s teaching about sin as disclosed by a study of the Synoptic Gospels (1899)
  • Strawman, David Samuel. Christ’s view of righteousness according to the Synoptic Gospels (1899)
  • Wade, Justin Goodone. Adjustment of Church life to changing conditions (1899)
  • Warner, Alexander Charles. Christ’s teaching concerning His Parousia according to the Synpostists (1899)
  • Adams, Chauncey Corbin. Covenant among the Semites and in Israel (1900)
  • Anderson, Frank Howard. Problems in the time of Luther (1900)
  • Bayley, Dwight Smith. Early New England Congregrationalism and its reconstruction by John Wise (1900)
  • Black, Robert Franklin. Nature and object of Christian faith (1900)
  • Blood, Charles Rowell. A discussion of Micah IV-V (1900)
  • Chapman, William John. The nature and object of faith (1900)
  • Cutler, Alexander Ellis. The nature and object of faith (1900)
  • Dascomb, Arthur Steele. The knowledge of Jesus (1900)
  • Dungan, Thomas Arthur. Christianity the ultimate religion (1900)
  • Evans, Howell Michael. The rise of the Calvinistic Methodist Church (1900)
  • Gillette, John M. Conception of personality in modern philosophy (1900)
  • Gray, Thomas. Evolution of family worship (1900)
  • Henry, Frank Edmonds. Superstitions and scientists in the XIXth. century (1900)
  • Lacey, Albert Theodore. Rights of the child in view of Christianity (1900)
  • Loos, William. Calvin as a preacher (1900)
  • Lyman, Harvey Austin. Luther’s view of pauperism: a historial study (1900)
  • Merrill, George Plumer. God’s self-revelation through the Psalms: is it progressive? (1900)
  • Moore, John Wright. The teaching of Jesus in regard to prayer (1900)
  • Read, Elmer D. Development of the industrial idea in missions (1900)
  • Robinson, Henry Ward. The charity work of the Franciscans (1900)
  • Snow, Walter Austin. The efficacy of prayer (1900)
  • Talmage, Luther Curtis. Jesus’ teaching of wealth and its effect on the early church (1900)
  • Williams, Theodore Charles. The nature and object of Christian faith (1900)
  • Bauer, Philip Edward. The ethics of non-resistance (1901)
  • Booth, Henry Kendall. The eschatology of Jesus (1901)
  • Bowdish, Austin Craig. Israel’s development away from the idols used in Jahweh-worship (1901)
  • Chapman, William John. A study of Dakota religion (1901)
  • Cutler, Alexander Ellis. The ethical value of the doctrine and work of the Holy Spirit (1901)
  • Denison, George Borrodel. Self-sacrifice, its motive, exercise and reward (1901)
  • Hayden, Newell Matson. A symetrical worship: with a study of faith, the intellectual element (1901)
  • Hitchcock, Wallace Chester. The eschatology of the individual in the Old Testament (1901)
  • Jones, Thomas Gwilym. The preaching of the beggar monks (1901)
  • Jordan, John Wesley. A study of the monastic reform of Benedict of Nursia (1901)
  • Pinkerton, Henry Moody. An historical study of John Robinson: his life and his controversies (1901)
  • Weiss, Joseph. Two things revealed by Christ’s healing ministry (1901)
  • Wiley, Horace Stevens. Present day aspects of the Sunday problem in America (1901)
  • Williams, Milton Bryant. The dynamic of evolution (1901)
  • Williams, Theodore Charles. The social bearing of the atonement (1901)
  • Bartholomew, Noyes Otis. The public burning of condemned books (1902)
  • Borton, Carl Darling. Christian socialism as developed by Frederick Denison Maurice and Charles Kingsley (1902)
  • Burdick, Charles Henry. The teaching of Jesus concerning prayer (1902)
  • Bush, Fred Roys. Protestant Christian worship (1902)
  • Cook, Ezra Albert. The basis of the authority of the Bible (1902)
  • Davies, John William. Some social aspects from the words of Jesus according to Luke (1902)
  • Graves, Arthur Guy. Idea of God in the prophets of the 8th century: (Amos, Hosea, First Isaiah, Micah) (1902)
  • Greenwood, Victor Lynch. Sex and religion (1902)
  • Jordan, Albert Hastings. Conditions of Rome from 1-50 A.D.: preparatory to the entrance of Christianity (1902)
  • Moore, Arthur Allen. Religious life of the Israelites: as depicted in the old elements of the book of Judges (1902)
  • Rogers, Robert Wells. The oriental mind: a study of its characteristics as a basis for religious work and Biblical interpretations (1902)
  • Van Valkenburgh, Hugh Clifford. Marriage and divorce according to the Old Testament (1902)
  • Williams, Thistle A. English deism as represented by Matthew Tindal’s book: Christianity as old as the creation (1902)
  • Withington, Henry Jay. The place of Jerusalem in Jehovah-worship before the exile (1902)
  • Wyatt, Francis O. The nature and manifestations of the religious consciousness (1902)
  • Alexander, James Lambert. Robert Browne and the Brownists (1903)
  • Bayne, John Julian. The doctrine of salvation from the standpoint of heredity (1903)
  • Burt, Henry Fairfield. The influence of the tenement on human life (1903)
  • Halbert, Leroy Allen. The Christian spirit in industry (1903)
  • Jevne, Charles Arthur. The physical aspects of Christ’s resurrection (1903)
  • # check Martin, John James. Modern theories of heredity in relation to Biblical data and theological tenets involved (1903)
  • Martin, John James. The relation of Christ and Christ’s work to ethical certainty (1903)
  • Pinkney, Charles William. Prayer in the light of the example of teaching of Jesus Christ (1903)
  • Prentis, John Harcourt. The verdict of history upon the Calvinistic doctrine of the election (1903)
  • Ridings, Edward Joseph. The Puritans at Frankfort (1903)
  • Stephens, Anson Thaddeus. The half-way covenant: and its effect on the New England churches (1903)
  • Woodcock, Albert Charles. The Pauline doctrine of justification by faith (1903)
  • Callecod, Halleck Matthew. The influence of pagan thought and custom in Christianity (1904)
  • Chapman, Francis Homer. Chrysostom’s influence and power as a preacher (1904)
  • Cleaver, George. The priesthood of Christ in the Epistle to the Hebrews (1904)
  • Dickey, John Gilman. The history of the Lord’s supper: during its first two and one half centuries (1904)
  • Ebersol, Charles Eliphalet. Types of public control of the liquor traffic: in Sweden, in Norway, in South Carolina and in Athens,
  • Georgia (1904)
  • Ellis, Emery Ward. Prosperity and righteousness (1904)
  • Ford, Eugene Clark. The genesis of the deistic movement (1904)
  • Fox, Andrew Noah. The book of wisdom: its philosophico-religious teaching (1904)
  • Grabill, Dell Quince. The social and economic causes of the Reformation in Germany (1904)
  • Hadden, Clarence Wilbur. The care of delinquent and dependent children in (1904)
  • Hamilton, William John. The causes of the Protestant reformation (1904)
  • Locke, Robert James. New Testament elements in Hosea (1904)
  • McLean, Lester. The Passion chronology: a harmonistic study (1904)
  • Morton, Howard Ansel. The two covenants in the Epistle to the Hebrews (1904)
  • Neilan, Joseph Davis. Phillips Brooks, the typical humanist (1904)
  • Pearson, Laren Olaf. Religion of the Norsemen (1904)
  • Proctor, William Martin. An examination into the diminishing attendance upon theological seminaries: and a classification of elements entering into calls to the Christian ministry (1904)
  • Rice, Albert Reuben. President Finney and his times: preacher, educator, and theologian (1904)
  • Warren, Bertram Albert. The state of the Christian Church in Spain at the time of the Council of Elvira: as shown by the canons of that Council (1904)
  • Wescott, William Samuel. The task of Christian ministry and its theological basis (1904)
  • Williams, George. The English Reformation (1904)
  • Worthington, William. The consciousness of Jesus (1904)
  • Barnes, Robert James. Julian the Apostate (1905)
  • Currie, Albert Harlan. The evolution of the monastic ideal (1905)
  • Fritsch, Henry Samuel. Luther, the voice of Christian freedom: or, A study of Luther’s Reformation tract “Von der Freiheit eynisz
  • Christen menschen” in its bearing on Christian Freedom (1905)
  • Gordon, John. The Great Awakening in America (1905)
  • Greenaway, R. Brandon. The Sabbath (1905)
  • Hitchcock, Samuel. John Wyclif and his “poor priests” (1905)
  • Jenks, Orrin Roe. Syriac versions of the New Testament (1905)
  • Monosmith, Albert Wilson. The ethical status of competition (1905)
  • Tolbert, Raymond Bertrand. The objections of Celsus to Christianity (1905)
  • Williams, Horace Blake. An attempt at a restatement of the principle of religious authority (1905)
  • Zachman, Richard Henry. The Lord’s Supper (1905)
  • Bast, Christopher William. The term “world” in the Johannine literature (1906)
  • Butcher, William Theodore. Chrysostom, the preacher (1906)
  • Hart, William Wallace. The effect of the Revolution on the religious life of the nation (1906)
  • Herbert, Sherman Howard. Elements in Buddhism which form points of contact for the Christian teacher (1906)
  • Kellner, Charles Julius. Future life in the Egyptian religion (1906)
  • Sone, Sanji. The philosophy of Buddhism (1906)
  • Van Auken, Carl Henry. The teachings of Christ in the New Testament concerning love (1906)
  • Curtis, Allen Lewis. Some relations of Christian theology and Christian experience (1907)
  • Davies, James W. Frederick. The Bible adaptable to the various periods of child life (1907)
  • Fisher, James Oren. Historical and psychological method applied in theology: with special reference to the doctrine of sin (1907)
  • Hart, Frank Wheeler. Jesus’ view of righteousness (1907)
  • Johansson, Emanuel Aaron. The doctrine of the atonement (1907)
  • Willard, Sherman Albert. The growth of the idea of God (1907)
  • Youtz, Edwin Stanton. The application of history and psychology to theology (1907)
  • Allingham, Robert. A short history of the rise and growth of Congregationalism in Ireland (1908)
  • Buergi, George John. The relation of the Reformation in Germany to the Peasants War (1908)
  • Christianson, Charles John. Paul, the preacher, (1908)
  • Dougherty, Robert Chambers. The inadequcy of the Mohammedan religion (1908)
  • Heyman, Arnold Cyrus. Some aspects of the drink habit: or a study of the record of 850 inebriates (1908)
  • Jones, Augustine. Some moral aspects of present day industry (1908)
  • Knapp, Ezra Charles. The present transition in the Sunday School (1908)
  • MacFadyen, Robertson. The Christian religion as inseparable from Christ (1908)
  • Miller, Malcolm Foote. The resurrection of Jesus Christ and its relation to the teachings of the New Testament (1908)
  • Montgomery, Royal John. The headship of Christ over his church: as illustrated in the history of the Church of Scotland (1908)
  • Robb, William John. Faith: an attempt to explain the nature and object of faith from a practical point of view (1908)
  • Sone, Sanji. Jesus Christ as related to origin of Christianity (1908)
  • Stein, Henry W. Schleiermacher and his influence on modern preaching (1908)
  • Wehrhan, Nelson W. A study of the church in the small town: its problems and methods of work (1908)
  • Galt, Elmer W. An estimate of the religious value of Confucianism (1909)
  • Hofstead, Harry Oliver. Social romances (1909)
  • Hoiriis, Axel Martius. The doctrine of original sin (1909)
  • Wood, George Ernest. A study in the Messianic consciousness of Jesus (1909)
  • Fletcher, Robert. Mysticism, its content and meaning (1910)
  • Gilmour, George Sorley. The Christian family, an ethical study (1910)
  • Le Clere, Frank Walworth. The Kingdom of God in the Old Testament and Apocalyptic literature (1910)
  • Mueller, Karl Friedrich Otto. The social ideal and its relation to sin (1910)
  • Scott, Arthur Pearson. An outline study of the sources of the synoptic gospels (1910)
  • Stuart, Luke. The “big boy” problem as related to the church (1910)
  • Veazie, Carl Hewitt. The interpretation of the book of Jonah (1910)
  • Davis, Frank. Oxyrhynchus papyri of the first century A.D. and their contribution to the study of the New Testament (1911)
  • Dieman, Harry. The religious significance of Kant’s ethics and philosophy of religion (1911)
  • Galt, Truman Fontanelle. The religious value of lengthened infancy in the human race (1911)
  • Graeser, Charles Frederic. Evangelism as affected by the modern view of sin (1911)
  • White, Francis Dale. A country church and community (1911)
  • Babcock, Frank. The popular character of the fourth gospel (1912)
  • Dabney, Vaughn. The Oxyrhynchus papyri (1912)
  • Milne, George. Industry and the church (1912)
  • Parr, Harold Ernest. Fundamentals of religious education applied to the problems of the Sunday School (1912)
  • Sinninger, Norman E. A study of Bernard of Clairvaux as a preacher (1912)
  • Skentelbury, William Henry. A church and its neighbors being the result of an investigation in a South church (1912)
  • Obenhaus, Herman. The worship of Mithra in its relation to Christian doctrine (1912)
  • Willoughby, Bertram Alvin Gamsby. Types of evangelism arising in different periods of the Church’s history (1912)
  • Bucher, Chester Sarbin. Charles Jefferson the preacher (1913)
  • Dale, William Wilbur. A study in hero worship of children and young people (1913)
  • Errington, Frederick. The Messianic hope, its development the relation of Jesus to the Messianic hope (1913)
  • Evans, William Henry. The Welsh revival (1913)
  • Hammond, William E. The Virgin birth of Jesus (1913)
  • Hanna, George Thomas. The appeal of child labor to the church (1913)
  • Johnson, William Henry. The doctrine of immortality in the Old Testament, (1913)
  • Jones, Warren Gilbert. The Bible a maker of languages (1913)
  • Koukol, Charles Joseph. The Jesuits in Bohemia (1913)
  • Krueger, Ernst T. Social relationships and agencies in a city parish (1913)
  • Kvaas, Anders. Reform movements in the Church of Norway (1913)
  • Miller, Dudley J. The development of a conception of future life during Biblical history (1913)
  • Minty, William Arthur. The problem of the open mind (1913)
  • Parmiter, Charles Alfred. Contributions of the papyrus fragments to the study of the New Testament (1913)
  • Safford, George Chester. The Paulicians (1913)
  • Tokas, Christie George. Antagonism of Neoplatonism to Christianity (1913)
  • Denny, Walter Bell. The philosophy of Rudolph Eucken (1914)
  • Hart, Iral Alva. Vocational education (1914)
  • Hill, William Ely. Parsifal’s sanction (the quality of guilelessness) (1914)
  • Horning, Lawrence. The psychological test of Christian experience (1914)
  • Hulburd, Arthur Samuel. The second coming of Christ (1914)
  • Packer, Percival C. The country community (1914)
  • Richards, Arthur Edsell. The origin of Christian art (1914)
  • Smith, Joseph R. The psychological basis of religion (1914)
  • Berghoefer, Frederick Justus. A study of John Calvin’s life, work and later influence (1915)
  • Bethards, Rolland Elmer. Jeremiah, his time, and message (1915)
  • Brann, Wilbur Earl. Ezekiel the man, his message, the exile, and the life of the exiles (1915)
  • Byles, Charles Hinckley. The growth of the canon of scripture (1915)
  • Carnine, Albert G. The fourth gospel the most popular book ever written (1915)
  • Cleave, Eldred. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1915)
  • Cox, Homer William. Preparation of the world for Christ (1915)
  • Dierlamm, Cleveland R. The place of will in conversion (1915)
  • Edvards, Gustav. The sage of China fundamental religious teachings of the oldest empire and the newest republic (1915)
  • Gates, Aaron Avery. The popular character of the fourth gospel (1915)
  • Hass, Nathaniel. The daily vacation Bible school (1915)
  • Kellogg, Theodore. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1915)
  • Leaman, Amos Hershey. A brief history of the Mennonites (1915)
  • Lee, Henry James. Robertson of Brighton (1915)
  • Orton, Richford Deforest. The relation between the church and the official agencies of the community (1915)
  • Rees, William Evan. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1915)
  • Steiner, Carl Frederick. Authentic and legendary sources of our knowledge of the life of Christ (1915)
  • Tipton, Ernest H. Immortality (1915)
  • Waters, George Henry. A history of evangelism, (1915)
  • Bast, Carl Peter. Jesus’ conception of his person and mission (1916)
  • Dawson, Edwin. A history of the Messianic hope (1916)
  • Evans, Rowland Horace. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1916)
  • Fifield, Lawrence Wendell. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1916)
  • Hagopian, Bedros Hagop. Aspects of personality, (1916)
  • Hochstatter, John Aaron. Hebrew sacrifice (1916)
  • Keck, Samuel Walter. The psychology of sacrifice (1916)
  • Perry, Percy Lee. The basis of authority in religion (1916)
  • Robinson, Clarence Eugene. The basis of authority in religious thinking (1916)
  • Snell, Roy Judson. The religion of the Eskimo (1916)
  • Spinka, Matthew. The Bohemian Catholic Reformation (1916)
  • Stock, Harry Thomas. The growth of fellowship in the Congregational Church in the United States (1916)
  • Bergman, Franklin Herman. The Bible, Old and New (1917)
  • Convis, Lewis Albert. The struggle for religious liberty among the Poles in America (1917)
  • Hites, Laird Thomas. The early history of Baptist Sunday schools in American (1917)
  • Jones, Thomas Llewellyn. The person of Christ according to Albrecht Ritschl (1917)
  • Meacham, Frank Townsend. The Messianic consciousness of Jesus (1917)
  • Stickney, George Edwin. The city home and the training of the child (1917)
  • Stock, Harry Thomas. A history of congregational missions among the north American Indians (1917)
  • Trickey, Benjamin John. The historical development of the doctrine of the atonement (1917)
  • Yessayan, Vahan Hodge. The Armenian enlightenment (1917)
  • Benedict, Elmer Wilbur. Educational evangelism (1918)
  • Charters, Thomas. The doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Nicene age (1918)
  • Collins, William Ernest. A survey of a selected district of the second ward of the city of Chicago (1918)
  • Fish, Arthur Edward. Literature as an ally of religion and morals in adolescence (1918)
  • Monai, Tsunegoro. Interpretation of Jesus’ miracles (1918)
  • Morgan, Cardadoc. The consciousness of Jesus (1918)
  • Morgan, John Richmond. The synagogue and its service (1918)
  • Olmsted, Nirum P. The mystery religions and Pauline Christianity (1918)
  • Osborn, William Morman. Authorship of the fourth gospel (1918)
  • Williams, Thomas Eynon. Hymnody of the English Wesleyan revival (1918)
  • Zabel, William LeRoy. Street trades and juvenile delinquency (1918)
  • Ellis, Francis Crispin. Prayer (1919)
  • Flugum, Omar J. Jesus’ miracles of healing (1919)
  • Green, John Frederick Carl. Luther’s conception of authority with special reference to church and state (1919)
  • Miller, Louis Lawrence. The rise and growth of new social interests among the Mennonites of America (1919)
  • Phillips, Edwin Tompkins. Jesus’ conception of himself and his mission (1919)
  • Schuster, Rudolph Samuel. The consciousness of Jesus (1919)
  • Warren, Claude William. The appeal of early Christianity to the poor (1919)


Ford, Frederick Perry. Jesus’ estimate of his own personality (1920)
Mercer, Philip. The art of church worship (1920)
Peggs, Frederick. Parables, Jewish and Christian: an approach to the parables of Jesus together with a study of the background and attempted definition of parables (1920)
Schaufusss, Charles. A survey of Monroe Township in Ogle County in the state of Illinois (1920)
Ballensky, James J. Training of ministers in the early colonial period (1921)
Baltzer, Benjamin. Paul the mystic (1921)
Drake, George Bryant. Worship in the church school (1921)
Inglis, Ervine Peter. The attitude of American colonial churches toward war (1921)
Jones, William Henry. God, in the consciousness of the American Negro (1921)
Palmer, Clay Ephraim. Spiritism and some psychological explanations (1921)
Thom, Otto Reinhart. The rise and growth of the American Missionary Association during the period of slavery in Kentucky, Iowa and Kansas (1921)
Tom, Yuk Sam. A survey of the social settlement work in Chicago (1921)
Tominomori, Kyoji. The mythological imagery in the Book of Revelation (1921)
Carnes, Elza Augustus. The attitude of the church toward play (1922)
Catton, William Robert. The Messianic consciousness of Jesus (1922)
Goodwin, Thomas Arthur. The Gospel of John as a collection of sermons (1922)
Keithahn, Ralph Richard. The function of miracles in first century Christianity (1922)
Lineweaver, Thomas Marlow. Symbolism and forms in worship (1922)
Manshardt, Clifford George.The sources of the gospel of Matthew (1922)
Noyce, Ralph Brewster. The correlation of the organized agencies for religious education: on the basis of a study of these agencies in the city of Chicago (1922)
Stallard, Henry Charles. Important changes in the idea of man in American theology (1922)
Tasaki, Kensaku. Moral education in the Japanese family (1922)
Urch, Erwin Joshua. The Gentile sources of Paul’s message (1922)
Wolsted, Clarence Edman. The personality of Jesus as an ideal for modern living (1922)
Caldwell, Raymond Thornton. Farm tenancy and the rural church: with special reference to the Middle West (1923)
Maruyama, Yoshinaga. The beginning of Japanese Congregationalism (1923)
Peterson, John. The influence of Confucius upon the domestic, the national, and the religious life of China (1923)
Fletcher, Albert Lee. Jesus and the family (1924)
Snyder, Francis Clark. The reality of the resurrection of Jesus (1924)
Wells, George Anderson. The effects of war upon the religious life of soldiers (1924)
Willcox, Edward Whittmore. The Christian fundamental (1924)
Clark, Paul Haskell. Religious education in a rural community (1925)
Dalzell, Robert. The faith of a modern pastor (1925)
Evans, Wilford Holmes. A comparative study of sin from the psychological angle (1925)
Graf, Stanley Walter. The ethical codes and a new social consciousness (1925)
Marriott, Victor Edward. A college curriculum of religious education (1925)
Michael, Harold LeRoy. Contributions of Brownist Congregationalism to democracy in England and New England (1925)
Niwa, Iwao. Occasion and purpose of the Book of Acts (1925)
Nyrop, Julian Christopher. Early years of the First Congregational Church of Grand Island, Nebraska (1925)
Pritchett, Lester C. A dying church in a growing city (1925)
Rice, Norman Lincoln. The Philippines, home of the Moros (1925)
Sayler, Edward. The use of the motion picture in the church as a means for religious education (1925)
Walker, Henry Hammersley. Hellenistic influences in New Testament Christianity (1925)
Watson, Robert Jones. The personal religion of Jesus and the personal religion of Paul (1925)
Andrews, Mary Edith. The Apocalyptic element in Jewish and New Testament literature (1926)
Bozarth, Howard Perry. A study of the vocational distribution of membership in Chicago churches: to determine the truth or fallacy of the charge that the Protestant church is in body and sympathy a capitalistic institution so as conditions in Chicago are indicative (1926)
Covell, Clarence Lewis. The value of the country newspaper to the community (1926)
DeForest, Jennie Mae. A comparison between the baptismal rites of Paulinism and the mystery cults (1926)
Foster, Virgil Elwood. Worship, a psychological study (1926)
Gray, Vard Vernett. Religious healing in early Christianity and pagan cults (1926)
Hoerner, John Robert. The making of the New Testament (1926)
Hoygard, Thomas Gustaf. Christ’s ideal and its influence on modern society (1926)
McKeith, David. The relationship between the church and the Young Men’s Christian Association (1926)
Stillwell, Frederick Everett. The evolution of a Chicago parish (1926)
Wilson, Hugh Van Rensselaer. The relation of the ethical movement to modernism (1926)
Banks, Walter Thomas. The religions of the cities of Paul’s career (1927)
Brink, Frederick. A historical and ethical evaluation of the Jewish Apocalyptic literature (1927)
Cook, Lindley Jesse. History of the Spiceland, Indiana, Friends Church: a problem in religion and social adjustment (1927)
Corpe, John Franklin. Social relationships between town and country folks (1927)
Goodell, Horace Holbrook. The Boy Scout program as an instrument for religious education (1927)
Held, Frederick Gustave. Mystery religions and early Christianity (1927)
Hester, John Eber. May we still pray to God? (1927)
Leach, Harry Phillip. An account of the Jesuit reductions of Paraguay (1927)
Oshimo, Raymond Kakuichi. The place of religion in disorganized personality (1927)
Riegler, Gordon Arthur. Religious ideas in functional mental disorders (1927)
Rowland, Paul. Education for continuous growth: applied to the teaching of English literature in the secondary schools (1927)
Towne, Howard Roswell. The use of drama in religious education (1927)
Anderson, Howard Stone. The Martin Luther of his correspondence (1928)
Bartter, Alfred Harley. The German Lutheran churches in a study of these churches in relation to social and economic conditions (1928)
Blakeway, Herbert Norris. Religious education between Sundays (1928)
Brehm, William Earl. Worship in the Junior Church School (1928)
Brown, Charles Stafford. The historic relation of drama to religion (1928)
Buran, John Maurice. Jesus’ conception of the Kingdom in relation to his social teaching (1928)
Fernandez, Jose G. The mystery-religions: their points of contact with Christianity and the Apostle Paul (1928)
Houser, Charles MacMillan. Contemporary preaching in America: with a brief survey of modern English preaching (1928)
Israel, Charles Wesley. Old age: the role of the state and the church in its care (1928)
Jenkins, Joseph Henry. The task of the church in a rooming house district (1928)
Johnson, Herman Clifford. The psychological background of the doctrine of grace (1928)
Kingdon, Robert Wells. The development of John Wesley’s social gospel (1928)
Richards, William Arthur. The origins of Paul’s mysticism (1928)
Wellman, Carl August. Relation between early Christianity and the mystery religions (1928)
Wylie, Theodore Thomas. The problem and practice of worship in a Chicago church parish (1928)
Baird, Robert Samuel. Religious education and prospective home-makers (1929)
Barber, Raymond Walker. The idea of personality in God (1929)
Dreier, Nelson C. The fundamental requirements made of a minister (1929)
Janes, Harold Theodore. The resurrection of Jesus in light of the mystery religions (1929)
Kemper, Robert Chatfield. Protestant churches and Prohibition (1929)
Langenes, John David. The prayer life of Jesus (1929)
MacNair, Everett Wilmer. Value in Perry and Dewey and its implication for religion (1929)
Nakamura, Saburo. The development of William Adams Brown’s system of theology (1929)
Perrin, Jesse Fenn. Preaching in South Dakota Congregational churches (1929)
Platt, Ferry Luther. The Christian doctrine of man and the physiological psychologists (1929)
Rehn, Alexander. Salvation according to the mystery religions and Christianity (1929)
Smith, Ivan Robert. The purpose of Luke-Acts (1929)
Stearns, John Frye. Bogomilism: the great Bulgarian heresy (1929)
Sterling, Donald Melvin. The place of the Hebrew prophets in the modern pulpit (1929)
Stowell, Allen Russell. The social and political ideas of Hugh Latimer (1929)
Stylianou, Demetrios. Byzantine writers on the Bogomils (1929)
Trickey, Rueben Robert. Religious institutions in Watertown, South Dakota (1929)
Vlastos, Gregory. Human values and the physical universe (1929)
Walker, Albert Clarke. A practical evaluation of the larger parish (1929)
Winn, Edgar Homer. Activities of Stephen Peet in Wisconsin from 1837-1845 (1929)
Wright, Byron Bentley. Early Congregationalism and Lenten observance in Congregational Churches in Illinois, (1929)
Brewster, Charles Tredick. The theology of Dr. George A. Gordon (1930)
Cowling, Ira Ellis. The church of a changing community (1930)
Gedcke, Lawrence Addison. Factors conditioning the Evangelical Churches in the inner city of Chicago. (1930)
Giersbach, Walter Charles. The attitude of the church toward labor (1930)
Hatcher, Harold Overton. Religion in the Loop (1930)
Howard, Edwin Rollo. The miracles in the Gospel of John (1930)
Huntington, Seth Rowan. The Eucharist in early Christianity (1930)
Jones, Guy Chester. The use of drama in the church (1930)
Kawachi, Kensuke. Recent psychological study of prayer, conversion and mysticism (1930)
Matthews, Harold Shepard. Dr. Sun Yat Sen and his three principles for the people (1930)
May, Herbert Gordon. The commentary of Dionysius Bar Salibi on the book of Amos (1930)
Nelson, Raymond Edward. The church and juvenile delinquency (1930)
Pletch, Earl Emerson. Rural-urban factors affecting the life of the Evangelical Church in Ontario (1930)
Richards, Waldo Sumner. The nature and place of faith in the religion of John Calvin (1930)
Roth, Rudolph W. A study of contemporary preaching (1930)
Scheibe, Durbin Clyde. A year’s program of drama for the church (1930)
Tate, William Alexander. The main trends in French Catholic modernism (1930)
Tenhopen, Lawrence Edward. Stoicism in the gospel of John (1930)
Trumbo, Eunice. The relation of the gospel of John and the mystery religions (1930)
Vance, George Clifford. A village church in a changing community. (1930)
Veit, Ralph. Religious drama in England before Shakespeare (1930)
Wagner, Oscar Walter. A study of the Evangelical confirmation: suggesting a new method (1930)
Young, Ezra Porter. A comparison of the religious and educational values of the play and the pageant (1930)
Vlastos, Gregory. Human values and the physical universe (1925)
Bierbaum, Milton Andrew. Ethical standards and incentives in humanism (1931)
Butts, Nannie. The eschatology of Judaism and the fourth gospel (1931)
Caskey, James Stillman. Jonathan Edwards’ “Catalogue” (1931)
Gardner, John Ashworth. Neo-Platonic elements in Cudworth and Edwards (1931)
Harris, Emerson Wesley. Christianity and morale (1931)
Hyslop, Frederick William. The religion of Ralph Waldo Emerson (1931)
King, Joseph Ferguson. Liberalizing tendencies in New England theology: a study of religious thought from Edwards to Channing (1931)
Marshall, Millard Harley. Pope Leo XIII (1931)
Mizoguchi, Yasuo. Toyohiko Kagawa’s religion (1931)
Otto, Violet Lucille. Standards of judgment for the selection of hymn tunes: together with a critical study of the tunes in the Methodist hymnal (1931)
Rasche, Robert LaFollette. An aid to worship for non-liturgical churches (1931)
Ringe, Frederick William. A study of fifteen churches in relation to the problem of worship (1931)
Schulz, Ormy Albertus. Suggested recreation materials for the leaders of young people in the city church (1931)
Caskey, James Stillman. Jonathan Edwards’ “Catalogue”. (1931)
Baxter, Nelson Irving. Matthew Arnold and modern preaching (1932)
Bissey, Charles Joseph. Promoting the social gospel through worship (1932)
Curry, Gilbert Houston. From Paul to John in the church at Ephesus (1932)
Dewey, Kirk Martin. A proposed program for the First Congregational Church of Oak Lawn, Illinois (1932)
Drew, George Elbert. Developing and preaching higher levels of religion (1932)
Grobel, William Kendrick. The ethics of Paul and its tributaries (1932)
Kato, Kenji. Sovereignty of God versus sovereignty of man: a historical study of American religious thought (1932)
Lawrence, Glenford W. Training immigrant workers for participation in the control of social forces which effect their well-being (1932)
Malaiperuman, Swartz David. Christian syncretism in the religion of Mahatma Gandhi (1932)
Maxwell, Henry Faville. The underlying causes for the rise of the school of Antioch (1932)
Mayne, Joseph Quentin. Paul and the mystery religions (1932)
Mead, James Clair. Creative dramatics for the junior department of the church school (1932)
Parker, Charles Franklin. A study of the process of constituency depletion: as illustrated in the First Congregational Church Woodstock, McHenry County, Illinois (1932)
Parr, Clarence Elmer. Six dramatic services of worship (1932)
Rice, Vernon Waldo. Homiletic material from the life of Gandhi (1932)
Samuel, Vairanapillai Mathuramuthu. The religion of Mahatma Gandhi (1932)
Stoltzfus, Benjamin Franklin. The American farmer’s effort to help himself (1932)
Thomas, George Monroe. New methods of pastoral work (1932)
Upton, Walter Horace. History of the Edwards Congregational Church of Davenport, Iowa (1932)
Bentley, Robert Athey. The Indian Nationalist movement as a case of rural-urban conflict (1933)
Dalrymple, Homer Ellett. The second coming of Jesus (1933)
Egbert, Miles Curtis. The transformation of human suffering (1933)
Hall, Fred Howard. The relation of supernaturalism to the gospel miracles (1933)
Kroehler, Henry George. A preliminary study for evaluating junior lesson materials (1933)
Lenters, Sam Theodore. The place of religious drama in modern Protestant worship (1933)
Lyon, Ellsworth. The effect of urban forces upon the religious life of Homer Township: a socio-religious survey of a rural area, Homer Township, Will County, Illinois (1933)
Mallory, Paul William. A prophetic ministry for today (1933)
Reimer, Clarence Charles. Retreats (1933)
Schuldt, Victor Vincent. American social organization seen through the writings of Lincoln Steffens (1933)
Sides, Joseph Calvin. A rural-urban community during a period of depression (1933)
Steiner, Richard Morrow. The ethical outlook of our times as revealed by the characters in the dramas of Eugene O’Neill (1933)
Stowe, Clayton Harold. The function of the aesthetic in religion (1933)
Van Luven, Philip Edward. Beginnings of Congregationalism in Nebraska (1933)
Wagner, Jacob Richard. Jewish and Hellenistic ethics in the fourth gospel (1933)
Walters, Verdette. A study of power in the life of Albert Schweitzer (1933)
Ward, Joseph. England’s attitude toward Roman Catholicism: a discussion of toleration (1933)
Warkentin, Jacob M. The analysis of the supporting and non-supporting elements of a religious community center (1933)
Weafer, Eugene Clyde. The function of reason in religion (1933)
Wilcox, Clyde H. The influence of the Bible upon Longfellow and Whittier (1933)
Avery, Perry Dickinson. Onward meets the neighborhood men (1934)
Gray, Arthur Douglass. The characteristics of the gospel of Luke (1934)
Hazelton, Roger. The conception of the authority of the church in Roman Catholic moderninsm (1934)
Helliwell, George Plummer. The church as a factor in assimilation (1934)
Hulbert, Richard Rollins. The church and the small-town newspaper (1934)
Maggart, Gerald Edwin. The Humanist-Theist controversy (1934)
Riedel, Wesley Ubo. The mysticism of Friedrich von Hügel (1934)
Stoerker, Theodor Frederick. Possible contributions of the church to adolescent development (1934)
Williams, Daniel Day. The function of theology in the church (1934)
Williams, Stephen James. Social ideals of Francis Greenwood Peabody (1934)
Anderson, James John. Congregationalism moves to Illinois, 1817-1844 (1935)
Bartlett, Charles Frederick. The leadership problem in Protestant churches (1935)
Berry, John Walter. An analysis of religious regionalism in the United States: with special reference to Chicago (1935)
Booch, Harold Leo. Mysticism and the problem of authority (1935)
Brown, James Wiley. The preaching values in pacifism: as expressed in the views of Leo Tolstoy, Bertrand Russell, Mohandas K. Gandhi, John Haynes Holmes (1935)
Cram, Harold Franklin. The Ritschlian Christology: its background and influence (1935)
Crockett, Barney Clyde. An unadapted church (1935)
Davidson, Floyd Quentin. Prayer as reverent objective thinking (1935)
Davis, Wilfrid Grenfell. Christianity and nationalism (1935)
Houge, S. Marcus. Preaching and freedom (1935)
Hughes, Clarence Fosberg. The idea of revelation in the theologies of Schleiermacher and Ritschl (1935)
Jacobs, Henry Lee. The Calvinistic-Puritan pattern in American ecclesiastical and political thought, 1620-1833 (1935)
Jacobs, William Arthur. A study of social changes in Walworth, Wisconsin from 1890-(1935) : its implication for a program in the Congregational Church (1935)
Lewis, Ralph. Negro delinquency and amateur dramatics (1935)
McConnell, Russell Hicks. Elements of Stoicism in the letters of Paul and the fourth gospel (1935)
Mixon, John Lewis. The institutional church (1935)
Penn, George William. The minister’s use of drama (1935)
Pratt, William David. Some aspects of New England theology as revealed in the New Englander magazine from 1843 to 1862 (1935)
Render, Frank Wyatt. Problems of social adjustment among migrant Negro youths (1935)
Spence, Willard. The eschatology of St. Paul (1935)
Steakley, Ray Selvidge. Paul Elmer More: the Platonic tradition in Christianity (1935)
Stoyanoff, Kroum. The difference between Eastern and Western theology (1935)
Titus, Palakunnathu Matthew. The idea of God in theistic naturalism (1935)
Anderson, Stuart Longfellow. John Wesley and early American Methodism (1936)
Bloomquist, Paul William. Ralph Waldo Emerson and his contributions to preaching (1936)
Churchill, Gerald Clark. Aids to worship from modern literature (1936)
Eisenach, George. The theological schools of German Congregationalism (1936)
Frazier, Cecil Earl. Hellenistic symbolism as portrayed in the fourth gospel (1936)
Graham, Walter Henry. A study of the case histories of twenty young people in a disintegrated area (1936)
Greene, Shirley Edward. Liberal theology and human need: an essay in the survival of liberalism (1936)
Gregory, William Edgar. Remaking religious rituals (1936)
Groetsma, Frederic. Conscience: a re-statement of its origin (1936)
Halfaker, William Leroy. The modern preacher’s use of the fourth gospel (1936)
Jackman, Lora Marguerite. Ritual-drama of the ancient east, the old testament Hebrews and the early Christian church (1936)
Kwock, Charles M. C. A comparative study of Confucianism and American humanism (1936)
Masselink, Bruce Herschel. The parallel elements in the Mystery religions and Christianity (1936)
Moore, William Hoyt. Christian ways to salvation (1936)
Nordstrom, Nels Francis. Social interpretations of modern democracy: a study of Dr. Graham Taylor’s Daily News editorials (1936)
Ouellette, Edward Fifield. The Church and the co-operative movement (1936)
Putney, Harold William. The dramatic elements in the gospel of Mark (1936)
Sheldon, Keenan. Significant teaching in passages peculiar to Luke (1936)
Smith, Walter A. A study of a rural parish in a prairie community (1936)
Vos, Peter. The development and modification of a religious sect-the Mennonites (1936)
Weage, Avery Dudley. The churches and Populism: a study of the attitude of American Protestant churches toward Populism (1936)
Widenhouse, Philip Monroe. An evaluation of the contributions of H. Paul Douglass in the understanding of the Protestant urban church (1936)
Beers, Samuel Gould. Religion and reform as illustrated in the lives and work of Theodore Dwight Weld and William Lloyd Garrison (1937)
Blair, Margaret S. The growth and influence of purpose in the life of Henry George (1937)
Blossom, Chauncey Edward. Christian perfection in America from 1830 to 1860 (1937)
Bourne, Donald Stitzel. Nicholas Berdyaev : his concept of freedom of the spirit (1937)
Brown, Charles Mackinnon. The church and the cooperative movement (1937)
Cannon, Ross R. The American Revival, 1800-1840 (1937)
Dickey, Paul Gilman. A study of the church life of Des Plaines, Illinois, 1935-1936 (1937)
Fairman, Henry Butler. The Mandean literature: its relation to the study of the New Testament (1937)
French, Herbert Porter. A study of week-day religious education in a local community (1937)
Gressley, Minor McKinley. A study of the first Congregational Church of Denmark, Iowa (1937)
Humber, W. J. An exposition and criticism of the writings of Nicholas Berdyaev (1937)
Lee, Carleton Lafayette. An aspect of religious life in the culture of Liberty County, Georgia (1937)
Marsh, Thomas H. Religious beliefs of college students (1937)
Marshfield, George Washington. The church and the youth of today (1937)
Milford, Homer Carter. The religion of Robert Louis Stevenson: as seen through his life and his works (1937)
Nicholson, Harry. Finding God through worship (1937)
Parsons, Horace Wells. The development of Congregationalism in South Dakota, 1868-1928 (1937)
Pearce, John Winston. The concept of God in Browning (1937)
Peterson, James Alfred. The religious values in the plays of Maxwell Anderson (1937)
Rasmussen, Albert Terrill. An experimental basis for religious ethics (1937)
Sarles, Phillip William. Frank Wakely Gunsaulus, preacher and citizen (1937)
Shold, C. Henry. The ethics of Clement of Alexandria (1937)
Troyer, William Lewis. Methods of studying change in the message of the churches (1937)
Vidoloff, Zaprian Dimitroff. The theology of the Bulgarian Bogomils (1937)
Watson, William Thomas. The healing power of Jesus (1937)
Wellbaum, Dale Robert. Figures of speech and symbolism in the fourth gospel (1937)
Wigfield, G. Dewey. A study of four contemporary preachers: Conrad, Fosdick, Holmes, and Newton (1937)
Wilson, R. Norris. An exposition and criticism of the philosophy of Rudolph Eucken (1937)
Arendt, Eric Harthan. The Quakers: a study of Quakerism as a part of the Protestant movement (1938)
Beale, Merrill. Paul’s idea of a church as revealed by the situation in Corinth (1938)
Bennett, James Gordon. The validity and value of concepts of the Kingdom of God (1938)
Carlson, Leland Henry. Presbyterian policies and tactics from the Westminster Assembly to the Protectorate (1938)
Freeman, Elmer Stone. The Lord’s Supper in Protestantism (1938)
French, David G. The theological presuppositions underlying the social attitudes of contemporary Protestant churches (1938)
Gill, Clayton Harold. The field worker and social observation (1938)
Harvey, William James. The growth of the Lord’s Supper in the first century A.D. (1938)
Hyslop, Ralph Douglas. Reform and reunion: a study in oecumenical theology (1938)
McCall, Clarence Field. Hellenistic features in Paul’s religion (1938)
Rekstad, Harold Paul. Religion on the radio (1938)
Spindell, Verne Alva. The religious world in which Jesus lived (1938)
Stem, Charles Herbert. Human nature: problems considered and solutions suggested by contemporary American theologians (1938)
Tate, Marian Keefer. Problems in planning and presenting worship programs for the junior child in the church school (1938)
Wolfe, Elmo Donald. A contribution to the history of the National Council on Religion in Higher Education (1938)
Yinger, Homer Vincent. Was Luther’s doctrine of justification by faith a repristination of Paulinism? (1938)
Baillie, Arlan Andrew. The contribution of John Cotton to early American Congregationalism (1939)
Bousman, Gary Alfred. A study of religious life in Brookfield, Illinois (1939)
Dalrymple, Merrill John Allen. Jesus and the Pharisees (1939)
Duffendack, Geil Harriet. A comparative study of the interpretation of human nature: according to contemporary theologians and religious educators (1939)
Edgar, Robert A. Miracles of the New Testament paralleled in classical literature (1939)
Evans, Donald Robert. Congregationalism in Kansas, 1854-1900 (1939)
Folino, Paul Joseph. Religious knowledge and the transcendence of God in contemporary theology (1939)
Galloway, Lloyd. The growth of Paul’s ethics (1939)
Gordon, Harry B. The life of Dr. William E. Barton (1939)
Harshfield, Monroe Clark. Salvation in 1939 (1939)
Jordan, Thatcher Moore. Creative worship in the modern church (1939)
Kranz, Francis Emil. Jewish and Greek ideas in the gospel of John (1939)
Linden, Earl Enoch Gustaf. Preaching of the early New England Congregationalists (1939)
Mickle, John Charles. Gambling and the church (1939)
Seim, Kenneth Edward. Antecedents of Christian baptism (1939)
Sorensen, Everett Leighton. 192 Cross currents in American preaching: a study of the theology in the sermons of four American preachers (1939)
Stiefel, Carl Frederick. Despair: its antecedents, schematization and dissolution (1939)
Workentine, Frank Harry. A year and a half in my first pastorate, Forks, Washington (1939)


Breen, F. William. The dramatic elements in the gospel of John (1940)
Clark, Henry Hagberg. Graham Taylor: a personality (1940)
Fretz, J. Winfield. A study of Mennonite religious institutions in Chicago (1940)
Gia Russo, Paul. Religious liberty in American law (1940)
Johnson, Edwin Clarence. A study of Pilgrim Church (1940)
Manes, Everett Earnest. The administrative problems in the adaptation of the local church problems (1940)
McEwen, Homer Clyde. The function of religious education in the Negro community (1940)
McKinley, Orland Allspaugh. The development of the Parousia concept in the New Testament (1940)
Myers, Russell Elmer. The Christian minister and modern marriage (1940)
Neal, Fred William. The reformation and democracy (1940)
Scaff, Alvin Hewitt. The history and interpretation of the doctrine of Christian vocation (1940)
Shideler, Emerson Wayne. From depression to war: the decade of the 1930’s in the Christian Century (1940)
Woomer, George Quentin. The part of Jesus in Christian redemption according to Paul (1940)
Barry, David W. The relationship of the social gospel to the “settltement idea (1941)
Benson, Vernon E. F. Swedish theology as represented by Torsten Bohlin (1941)
Brodt, Robert D. A curriculum guide for the pastor’s communicants’ class (1941)
Ferguson, Alexander Brown. The parables of Jesus and their Rabbinic parallels (1941)
Frank, Melvin Lynn. The minister’s use of formgeschichte (1941)
Keiser, Julian J. The implications of educational trends for curricula (1941)
Lawton, Walter Terrell. John as the successor of Paul at Ephesus (1941)
Meyer, Eugene Waldemar. The background of the thought content of the Johannine gospel (1941)
Ogawa, Seido. Plato, Philo, and the fourth (1941)
Old, Thomas C. The methodology and christology of William Temple and C.J. Cadoux (1941)
Palmer, Philip Wentworth. Development of Greek and Roman tales and legends paralleled in the gospel of John (1941)
Pennington, Phil. The vacation church school in the rural (1941)
Ronander, Albert Carl. The structure sources and significance of the conversion experience (1941)
Sanderson, J. Kent. A curriculum guide to the growth of church school leaders (1941)
Still, Edwin Willis. An effort toward the creation of Christian public-mindedness (1941)
Utterback, Glenn L. Early Christian worship and its use of symbols (1941)
Von Rohr, John Robert. New England Puritan ecclesiology, 1638-1648 (1941)
Baehr, Karl H. Secularization among the Mennonites (1942)
De Coursey, Don L. The Pharisees defend the Torah (1942)
Dickson, Ronald Warren. Dallas F. Billington: a fundamentalist, his work, method and results (1942)
Dorey, Frank D. Community turnover on the south side of Chicago: a study of the expansion of the Negro communities and their effects upon the white Protestant churches (1942)
Halstead, George William. John Wesley’s doctrine of the church (1942)
Halverson, Marvin Pierce. The meaning of Luther’s teaching on the unfree will (1942)
Heckman, Harold W. Basic factors in the relationship of churches and cooperatives (1942)
Jefferson, Oswald William. Patterns of religious thinking in the first century in relation to Paul’s religion (1942)
Larson, Ernest S. The life and work of Carl Olof Rosenius (1942)
Loring, Herbert Rickard. Two one-act plays: “Small change” and “His light” (1942)
Moore, Robert Sutton. Christian eschatology and Whitehead’s metaphysics (1942)
Munger, Bernard Vernon. Tractarian ecclesiology, 1833-1845 (1942)
Paff, Elmo Ray. Contemporary problems in the Christian view of history (1942)
Pendleton, Charles Lee. The development of individual responsibility in the Old Testament (1942)
Schug, Philip Charles. The Winnetka school system contributes to religious education Chicago, (1942)
Stoeve, Olaf. The relation of the novel to social reform as exemplified by Dickens and Steinbeck (1942)
Storms, Grace Elizabeth. Civilian Public Service camp life: a study of the democratic group (1942)
Akaka, Abraham. The aims and attainment of early New England Congregational worship (1943)
Allan, James Barr. Gospel criticism and the contribution of Dibelius (1943)
Aoki, Mitsuo. Natural law as a concept in Christian ethics (1943)
Baker, Gordon J. The communion service and the laity (1943)
Berger, William Ellsworth. The church and the military chaplaincy (1943)
Broadbent, Charles Duthie. The evangelistic message in the New Testament (1943)
Cole, Jordan David. Friends’ relation with the Indians: with emphasis on Cattaraugus reservation (1943)
Dick, Thomas Chalmers. Man’s confrontation of death (1943)
Kesselring, Ralph Adolph. Christian missions in Malaya (1943)
Parker, Everett C. The values, principles and methods of choral reading in the church (1943)
Smith, Jesse G. A strategy for the rural (1943)
Williams, Palmer Day. The kingdom of God and community (1943)
Bartholomew, Donald Irving. The demons and witches of medieval western Europe as cultural religious survivals (1944)
Boardman, Howard F. An organismic view of community: an educational approach (1944)
Bollinger, CArl J. A biography of Lewis Emerson (1944)
Danberg, Neil B. An analysis of a church situation: with special references to finances as an operative factor in its productivity and program (1944)
Dibden, Arthur James. The tragic sense of life and contemporary Christian theology (1944)
Elliott, Franklin Ruge. Art experience and Christian education: a study of the role of art experiences in the growth of Christian persons, with special application in the arts and crafts (1944)
Finley, Harold Marshall. The religious counseling of delinquent adolescent boys (1944)
Foltz, Carfon Eugene. Bringing unchurched parents into the Christian community (1944)
Garriott, Chris Troy. The role of public worship in a Disciples of Christ church (1944)
Hutslar, C. Frederick. Benjamin W. Robinson: interpreter of the New Testament (1944)
Riddle, Charles Wainwright. A study of the Kenwood (interdenominational)
church as a community-type church (1944)
Smith, Curtis Warren. A concept of church membership (1944)
Stanton, Lawrence L. A study of Protestant work among Mexicans in southern California (1944)
Adams, Roy Lee. The Protestant religious work in the five major penal and correctional institutions in Chicago (1945)
Berreth, Edwin Oscar. Settlement ideas for the church (1945)
Boxwell, Daniel W. The gospel of wealth in the American Protestant churches, 1890-1915 (1945)
Brown, Harold Glenn. Factors in the growth of the Disciples of Christ from 1832-1892 (1945)
De Mar Shimun, Sadook Yokhanan. A brief history of the Nestorian, or the church of the East (1945)
Fenner, Melvin Reid. How is God revealed in Christ? (1945)
Fitzpatrick, Mallary. Reinhold Niebuhr’s use of the Bible (1945)
Gant, Charlotte Sistler. The religious values in the works of Thornton Wilder (1945)
Gant, Walter Hamilton. The language of religion (1945)
Grant, Ernest Clarence. The idealized self and its social setting (1945)
Grant, Robert Day. A study of Anglo-Catholic social doctrine (1945)
Hummon, Serge Floyd. A guide to the understanding and use of the projected still picture in religious education: with special emphasis upon the miniature slide and slidefilm (1945)
Klink, Thomas Wilbur. A religious orientation for pastoral theology (1945)
Koenig, Robert Emil. A comparison of the ideas of God of Brunner and Wieman viewed as reactions against nineteenth century liberalism (1945)
Marker, George Clifford. The First Congregational Church of Geneva, Illinois (1945)
Messersmith, Lauren Harry. The minister’s relation to the funeral (1945)
Olson, Emerald L. How to get attendance for the new evangelism (1945)
Sampson, Thompson Sawyer. Rural religion in Half Day and Mundelein Chicago, (1945)
Schoonmaker, Theodore. The use of audio-visual aids in the development of appreciations in the field of religion (1945)
Spyker, Fred Bowers. The history and outlook of the Congregational Church of Sandwich, Illinois (1945)
Thomson, Leon. An introduction to the dynamics of purpose (1945)
Ubbelohde, Kenneth Harold. The “Kingdom of God” concepts in the synoptic gospels (1945)
Uratani, Michizo. Eschatology in the teaching of Paul (1945)
Wenstrom, Donald A. The Sunday morning service in the Congregational churches (1945)
Wichlei, Richard John. A doctrine of perfection from the viewpoint of contemporary Christian pacifism (1945)
Wiebe, Orlando Roy. Some problems in the relationship between theology and philosophy (1945)
Alley, George Douglas. A critical study of the liberal church (1946)
Anderson, A. Raymond. Some principles for the initial organizing of Christian communities (1946)
Anderson, Philip Algot. Factors of conflict in the experience of students during their first year at Chicago Theological Seminary (1946)
Cope, Everett S. A Protestant strategy for settlement house (1946)
Daily, Sherwood Simon. A present day interpretation of the Sermon on the Mount (1946)
Elkins, Brodace Howard. The conception of the demonic (1946)
Felible, John Edward. A study of the attitudes and activities of four major Protestant denominations toward war and peace as found in the official pronouncements, 1923-1945 (1946)
Held, David M. Basic elements in the religion of Jesus (1946)
Hulburt, Dayton David. Religion on the air in Chicago (1946)
Hutchins, Merrill Laverne. Sadhu Sundar Singh: product of Christian missions (1946)
Lindahl, Curtis Harold. The nature of the downtown old line Protestant churches in Chicago (1946)
Long, David Owen. The faith of Franklin D. Roosevelt (1946)
Matthews, Alden Ewart. Christian education for one-world living (1946)
Miller, George Frederick. The religious convictions and doubts of Dostoevsky (1946)
Riley, Lyman Walter. The devotional life in Roman Catholic modernism (1946)
Smucker, James Russell. Relating the layman to the world church (1946)
Tolson, George Russel. The Christian personalism of John Wright Buckham (1946)
Waring, Edward Graham. Modern metaphysics and the doctrine of forgiveness (1946)
Yoder, Harry Walter. Group structure in the local (1946)
Lefevre, Perry Deyo. History and Christology in the theology of Tillich, Morrison, and Reinhold Niebuhr (1946)
Baker, Elmer Eugene. William Ernest Hocking’s philosophy of human nature (1947)
Berthold, Fred. The relation of theology to value theory (1947)
Bevilacqua, Joseph J. Luther’s concept of the law and the gospel (1947)
Boyack, James D. A naturalistic interpretation of ethical living (1947)
Boyer, Ralph R. Preaching with the resources of group psychotherapy in the Christian community (1947)
Brady, De Witt Joseph. The preaching of Washington Gladden in relation to the life of his time (1947)
Clark, Robert Tredway. Psychotherapy and theology: a study of their relationships (1947)
Decker, John G. The moral responsibility of the scientist in the atomic age (1947)
Demler, Henry. The role of the liberal minister today (1947)
Dorsett, H. Merle. The summer camp in the church’s educational program (1947)
Gemmer, H. Robert. The contribution of the Prohibition party (1947)
Hepler, Orville Meltin. The evaluation of sermons by the use of insights derived from Gestalt psychology (1947)
Isbell, Earl Woodrow. Religious experience and empirical method in relation to knowledge of God (1947)
Johnson, Lawrence Oscar. Secularism and Protestantism (1947)
Light, Shelby Jason. Emissaries of Divine Light (1947)
Lovell, William N. The religious socialism of Paul Tillich (1947)
Lusk, Alpheus M. The problem of motiviation in adolescence (1947)
Meckel, Myron E. A community church in an industrial area adjacent to a great city (1947)
Meyners, Jo Bob. Integration of Japanese Americans into Protestant churches of Chicago with special reference to six churches (1947)
Morrison, Truman A. Theology and social action in the thought of Reinhold Niebuhr (1947)
Niehaus, Robert Simon. The problem of authority in the Prophets and Proverbs (1947)
Palmer, Sherwood. The possible use of psychodramatic techniques as an aid in the teaching of pastoral skills (1947)
Philo, Harry Ellwood. The conception of the Holy Spirit in the writings of the Apostle Paul (1947)
Queen, John S. Christian love: an ethical principle and a religious reality (1947)
Reitan, Harald A. A study of the “I Am” movement (1947)
Robbins, Samuel Dowse. The use of nature in preaching (1947)
Spragg, Howard E. The ideological and Utopian elements in the Marxist views of the state and the proletariat (1947)
Steece, Arvel Meryl. Grace and free will in the City of God and selected sermons of Augustine (1947)
Voth, Theodore Henry. Significant changes in ethical and religious concepts in representative American dramas of 1919-1920 and 1939-1940 (1947)
Wenger, Samuel B. A prison ministry (1947)
Bross, John R. The role of myth in contemporary theology (1948)
Gaulke, Maxwell R. The development and adaptation of the First Church of God, Chicago (1948)
Gaulke, Maxwell R. The development and adaptation of the First Church of God, Chicago (1948)
Kesler, N. Robert. Calvin’s conception of the nature of the church (1948)
Kinnear, Kenneth. Christianity in our sensate culture: an analysis and critique based on Pitrim S. Sorokin’s theories of social change and cultural (1948)
Morrill, James W. Trends in the theory of Christian social action: reflected in Social Action, the official organ of the Council for Social Action (1948)
Myers, Anthony Wayne. The significance of myth for the communication of religious truth in the light of Thomas Mann’p. (1948)
Olson, Karl Edward. A survey of contemporary Protestant industrial relations activities (1948)
Presnall, Lewis F. Reconstructive fellowship in respect to the Protestant ministry (1948)
Sampson, Orval Wayne. Agricultural mechanization and the rural church (1948)
Schneider, Eugene Alvin. The use of the Bible with the ten year old child (1948)
Schwenke, John R. An analysis of the contributions of Christian Science to the basic human needs of people living in modern urban society: with special emphasis on evidence collected in the Chicago Metropolitan area (1948)
Shishido, Miles M. The place of scientific method in the theologies of Macintosh and Wieman (1948)
Smith, Lester E. An apologia for missions today (1948)
Sperberg, Lester William. Determinative and contributory factors in the resurrection experience of the Early church (1948)
Thomas, Grafton McCready. Participation and responsibility of the congregation in public worship (1948)
Umbeck, Paul F. The contemplated union between the Congregation Christian and the Evangelical and Reformed church (1948)
Bennett, Dennis J. The authority of the Congregational minister (1949)
Hawley, Edward A. The church as a fellowship of families: a study of selected British and American curriculum material and of practices in selected American churches (1949)
Heininger, Edward Kline. The Old Testament view of man (1949)
Hollerorth, Hugo J. A theological interpretation of conflict (1949)
Laib, Milton Otto. A strategy for adult religious education (1949)
Marshall, James Wendell. The role of the Bible in the theology of Emil Brunner (1949)
Noffke, Walter William. An interpretation of Christian commitment (1949)
Reed, Lincoln Y. Man’s experience of God’s grace in the Old Testament (1949)
Stanford, Le Roy. A doctrine of Christian vocation (1949)
Van Kranenburgh, Gene. The function of the minister as the leader of a small religious group (1949)
Allard, Robert E. The problem of knowledge in its philosophical and religious aspects in the thought of William James (1950)
Berry, Donald Leroy. A Congregational theory of worship for contemporary church life (1950)
Burton, D. Conrad. Emil Brunner and religious education (1950)
Dalbeck, Gordon E. Some current experiments in social organization: a study of the stated aims and programs of seven selected experiemnts in social reconstruction and rehabilitation in contemporary American society (1950)
Ford, Richard Lawrence. A study of the constituency in a town church: based upon an analysis of the First Congregational Church of Allegan, Michigan (1950)
Fukuyama, Yoshio. The American Board in Turkey (1950)
Leslie, Roberta M. The relation of the rural church to community organizations and agencies (1950)
Regier, Marie Joanna. Mennonite teaching and practice in a Chinese community (1950)
Sievers, Robert W. Thomas Chalmers: Scotch churchman and reformer (1950)
Soberg, Lester L. The relation of the Christology of Luke one and two to that of the Gospel as a whole (1950)
Stephenson, Ward Lewis. Vocation in the light of modern demands and Christian concern (1950)
Trindle, Edward L. The problem of freedom in the works of André Gide (1950)
Burns, Charles Lee. The youth culture and teen-age tensions (1951 Burton, George E. Some recent critical studies of the doctrine of the church in the New Testament (1951)
Erickson, Charles Oron. Whitehead’s notions of permanence as a contribution to the theological understanding of death (1951)
Gustafson, James M. Max Weber’s methodology (1951)
Williams, William David. The place of pastoral counseling in the total church family life program (1951)
Hollerorth, Barbara Elizabeth. The meaning of community in human existence (1952)
Boardman, Robert Speer. The authority of the Bible (1952)
Dale, Alfred Stuart. A Christian critique of the North Dakota farmers union as an instrument in the building of Christian community (1952 Davis, Paul Robert. This nation under God: a study of Abraham Lincoln as man and public figure in American history (1952)
Gettinger, Paul Arthur. Meron rural life institute (1952)
Herreman, Keith E. Congregationalism, establishment, and three synods, 1648-1708 (1952)
Hill, Rodger Freeman. The church and the self-concept of the adolescent (1952)
Sheely, Madison Lewis. The radio script as church school curriculum material (1952)
Whitman, Allen. Death in the theology of Nicolas Berdyaev and John Baillie (1952)
Alward, Robert Sumner. Christian love as mutuality (1953)
Bender, Louis B. The meaning of transcendence in liberal theology (1953)
Bloesch, Donald G. Emil Brunner’s approach to non-Christian religions (1953)
Davis, Royal Gile. Non-Catholic Thomism (1953)
Dodder, Grover Clyde. Memories and meanings of the United Church of Chebanse (1953)
Frederick, Robert Edward. The Scopes trial: a study of changing currents in American thought (1953)
Maxwell, H. Allen. The eschatology of the pre-exilic prophets: Amos, Hosea, Isaiah, and Micah (1953)
Trump, Richard Hayward. Lyman Beecher: reformer and churchman (1953)
Tuck, William C. A study of a fringe area and its church (1953)
Yamane, Susumu. The nature of hope in the synoptic gospels (1953)
Banks, Lois Ann. Developments in liberal theology: an essay on Robert Lowry Calhoun (1954)
Cox, Donald G. Personality theory in Otto Rank and its implication for a Christian doctrine of man (1954)
Jacobs, Robert Glenn. An explication of an original novel The long walk and the beautiful river from the standpoint of theology and literary criticism (1954)
Kautz, William F. A strategy for teaching adults our Christian heritage (1954)
Schaefer, James Wesley. Young adults and the covenanted community (1954)
Slosson, Flora May. The idea of God as person as interpreted from a Christian perspective (1954)
Steckel, Clyde James. Faith and its symbols in pastoral relationships (1954)
White, Willie. Faith and existence: a study in the theologies of St. Thomas Aquinas and Søren Kierkegaard (1954)
Brown, Bernard. The role of symbols in religious epistemology: a study in the religious philosophies of Josiah Royce and Paul Tillich (1955)
Ewing, James Walter. Graham Taylor: educator in “life rather than literature” (1955)
Fry, Arthur J. D.L. Moody: the formative years, 1856-1873 (1955)
Green, Thomas George. The nature and function of church architecture (1955)
Jamieson, David. Contemporary repossessions of the Christian doctrine of forgiveness (1955)
Kling, Dorothy Anna. The role of encounter in effecting Christian commitment (1955)
Mook, Henry Telfer. The meaning of the Bible for our Christian faith in the world today (1955)
Nelson, Carl Julius. The religion of democracy and its ethic: a democratic manifesto (1955)
Reitz, Robert Meek. Pastoral understanding of submerged creativity in the aged (1955)
Schroeder, William Widick. Maizeville: a sociological study of participation in voluntary associations in a corn belt community with special reference to churches (1955)
Scott, Walter Reed. The role of the junior camp in the religious growth of children (1955)
Shelton, Paul. Immanence and transcendence in the concept of God in the theologies of F.W.J. Schelling and Paul Tillich (1955)
Sherrell, Richard Eugene. A critical study of crisis theology as an effort to revitalize the liberal pulplit (1955)
Stone, Robert L. Growing faith through group membership (1955)
Swift, James William. The role of religion, magic, and myth in the life of the Trobriand child Taylor, Louis R. The establishment of a community church (1955)
Treese, Donald H. Theology in the preaching of John Wesley: the Wesleyan doctrines of man, sin, salvation and Christian perfection (1955)
Tully, Robert William. The “heresy” of George Holley Gilbert (1955)
Allen, Leslie C. The transition of hospital pastoral care from a clinical setting to a parish hospital setting (1956)
Bell, Donald Curtis. Patterns of mind: development of a research method for exploring the religious perspective of a minister and his congregation (1956)
Broeksmit, John Shaw. Christ and Clio: a study of Oswald (1956)
Clark, Robert James. Some defining aspects of the philosophy of Charles Hartshorne and their implications for constructive theology (1956)
Colson, Z. William. Louis Henri Sullivan: a theological approach to architecture (1956)
Dalrymple, Dean Edward. The Yorkville Federated Church and its community (1956)
Galitz, Robert F. A Protestant program of agricultural land tenure (1956)
Letson, Joseph William. The book of Tobit: an introduction and theological analysis (1956)
McClernon, Robert Ernest. The formation of the Northern Baptist convention (1956)
Wakeland, Lewis Lee. The ministry as priesthood in ecumenical theology (1956)
Williams, Jean John. Some Christian ethical implications of a “dialectic of personal growth” as evolved from James Mark Baldwin, Sigmund Freud and Arnold Gesell (1956)
Campbell, Jackson Collins. The family as a Christian fellowship (1957)
Cotton, Warren Eugene. The birth of our Lord Jesus Christ (1957)
Cowan, John Louis. Wieman’s concept of creativity as a resource for the theological interpretation of Rogerian psychotherapy (1957)
Crockett, Larrimore Clyde. The Spirit in the eighth chapter of Romans. (1957)
Debbink, David H. Christian love for the laymen (1957)
Elmquist, Russell Ellis. The relevance of empiricism in contemporary theology (1957)
England, Charles Donald. A comparative sociological study of church participation in two Illinois communities (1957)
Henzlik, William Charles. Pictures of the “good life” in a working class suburban community (1957)
Hobbs, William Franklin. Growth in the Christian life and a doctine of the church in the thought of Horace Bushnell (1957)
Huck, Wilbur. Romantic hope, rebellion, and irony: a study of Melville, Hawthorne, and Dostoievsky (1957)
Kreml, Warren J. Achieving depth in interpersonal relations (1957)
Lapp, Robinson Gardner. A study of structures of value as reflected in the relationships and important experiences of eight junior high young people (1957)
Muth, Phillip Arthur. The doctrine of rewards in the Jewish wisdom literature (1957)
Olson, Frederick Oscar. The problem of evil in Moby Dick (1957)
Pearce, Loyal Loyd. The church as the Body of Christ in the Evanston reports (1957)
Reeder, Rudolph Rex. Langmead Casserley: the theological foundations of his social theory (1957)
Rowe, William Leonard. The nature and significance of empiricism in the thought of Henry Nelson Wieman (1957)
Sevetson, Donald. The location of authority within the Congregational churches: a study of American Puritanism in the colonial period (1957)
Wolfgarth, Arthur Erwin. The problem of Christology in the works of Berdyaev and Kierkegaard (1957)
Birdwell, Rawson Paige. The relationship of the self and God in the thought of Reinhold Niebuhr (1958)
Casebolt, Ralph Lowell. The adolescent’s image of the (1958)
Chaney, David Eugene. The adolescent’s image of adult life in the dimensions of freedom, relatedness, and vocation (1958)
Erkman, James Frederick. John Knox: church, ministry, and sacraments (1958)
Evans, David Beecher. Athanasius’ De Decretis Nicaenae Synodi: an introduction and translation (1958)
Glessner, Richard Harter. The pastoral director as educator (1958)
Jewett, Robert Lee. The conception of worship in the epistle to the Hebrews (1958)
Jewett, Robert Lee. The conception of worship in the epistle to the Hebrews (1958)
Kalas, John W. Spirit and objectification in the thought of Nicolas Berdyaev (1958)
Leidberg, Richard E. The fool as hero in the existentialist comedy of Samuel (1958)
Lewis, Clifford Dean. The influence upon the ecumenical movement of the theology of P.T. Forsyth (1958)
Miller, Clyde Horace. The background, character and implications of David’s kingship (1958)
Preston, Howard J. The role of a religious orientation in the post-prison lives of women ex-convicts (1958)
Rautio, Richard Gardner. Personal reality: the theology of John Macmurray (1958)
Sandford, Jack Loren. A method of testing young people’s grasp of Christianity (1958)
Starbuck, Kenneth Clinton. The nature of the church in the theology of Paul Tillich (1958)
Tucker, Robert Henry. Amos: a religious prophet (1958)
Ulseth, Harold Allyn. The figure of the Son of Man and the atonement (1958)
Wilcoxen, Jay Alton. The judgement of the Lord in the Isaiah I (1958)
Wild, John Arden. Paul Tillich’s understanding of myth (1958)
Armstrong, Robert M. An analysis of the philosophy of some representative social workers: the study of an executive committee of a chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (1959)
Carroll, Joseph W. John Williamson Nevin’s protest against revivalism: the occasion and substance of his protest (1959)
Dalrymple, Lee Allen. Karl Barth’s doctrine of election and its problems of apokatastasis (1959)
Hakes, James D. A study of the word “life” in Paul. (1959)
Isaacs, Frank C. The development, use and exegesis of the hymns of Isaac Watts, Charles Wesley and John Mason Neale (1959)
Kittlaus, Paul. The ministry of the great conversation with adolescents (1959)
Lasswell, Tom J. Training the church school teacher to teach the Biblical paradigm of bondage and freedom (1959)
Petter, John Harrison. The concept of evil in the works of Nicolas Berdyaev (1959)
Ward, Donald B. Douglas Horton, Congregationalism, and the church (1959 Wright, George Thomas. The drug addict and the Christian fellowship (1959)



Abele, Ralph Reinhold. A study of ministerial leadership as relationships manifesting the event of God in Christ (1960)
Anderson, Robert Charles. The meaning and religious significance of the concept of creativity in the thought of Nicholas Berdyaev (1960)
Griffis, Richard B. The renewal of man: a study of John Calvin’s theology (1960)
Lord, Raymond Wesley. The doctrine of man’s freedom in Paul Tillich’s theology. (1960)
Price, Jack. Threats to the modern American family as they are indicated and answered from a sociological and a theological perspective (1960)
Talbert, Arthur Everett. The background and causes of the northern Israelite revolt Biblically and archaeologically evaluated (1960)
Weichbrodt, Louis Frank. The concept of the self in the thought of William Ernest Hocking (1960)
Winegarner, Robert S. Community as conceived by Arthur E. Morgan and Emil Brunner. (1960)
Zilliac, George H. The concept of indwelling in the farewell discourses of the Gospel of John (1960)
Zinn, J. Robert. Results of the oracles of the major literary prophets from the time of their delivery to the construction of the second temple (1960)
Boyer, Mary Rice. The young parent and the church (1961)
Cernohlavek, James W. The American-Japanese church: a study of an ethnic church in Chicago (1962)
Gillett, Carl R. Behind the fourth gospel: the Old Testament roots of the Johannine ideals of “Word,” “Light,” and “Life” and their role in the interpretation of the gospel of John (1962)
Jones, Robert Eugene. Christian hope and contemporary nihilism (1962)
Kemp, John Howard. No-popery and nativism in Congregationalist New England from 1825-1856 (1962)
Russell, Howard H. Resources of three mothers for meeting the problems of daily living with special reference to the role of religion (1962)
Stickney, Robert Washburn. Metaphor completions: a means of evoking and communicating awareness (1962)
Torney, E. Keith. The house church: a Protestant answer to the inner city (1962)
Cameron, William E. Religious leadership and the Woodlawn Organization (1963)
Cetina, Robert E. Life and religious consciousness: a consideration of Tillich’s doctrine of man (1963)
Close, Marilyn Wilbur. The revival of 1857-1858: turning point in the style of American mass evangelism (1963)
Findlay, Robert D. A meaningful and redeeming ministry to youth (1963)
Goebel, G. Dean. The theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and its implications for a theology of Christian education (1963)
Goodell, Roberta Mary. A life worth living for young adults: the task of the church (1963)
Heckner, Dorothy Mae. Faith, forgiveness and the family in the theology of Emil Brunner (1963)
Hendrickson, Robert M. Fear and anxiety in the New Testament and in the contemporary situation (1963)
Kinsey, Robert A. The authority of the Bible as revealed by the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament (1963)
Lintner, James E. Analytic philosophy and Christian truth (1963)
Lovely, Denzel Ray. A comparison of the concept of existence in the thought of Rollo May and Paul Tillich with implications for the pastoral ministry (1963)
Mardis, Herbert H. Alcoholism and human freedom: a psychological and theological anaysis of the meaning [of] alcoholism as a problem of human freedom and what it suggests for the life of the church (1963)
Mendonca, John Roper. Christ and the world come of age in the christology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1963)
Mitchell, Douglas E. Psychological thought implicit in systematic theology (1963)
Schulz, Larold Kuhrt. The Kerygma of the early Church as understood through the sermons of Peter in Acts. (1963)
Smith, Andrew Ward. Religious beliefs in a community church: the stated religious beliefs of forty members of Avalon Park Community Church (1963)
Sundeen, Lois Naomi. The religious condition of church school teachers (1963)
Whitwer, Clarence. The youth ministry and youth culture (1963)
Williams, Charles J. A Christian approach to community organization: the Greater Woodlawn Pastors’ Alliance (1963)
Williams, Sandra Margaret. The signicance of the Mediterranean culture as reflected in the Pauline epistles for the church in modern urban culture (1963)
Yoak, Charles S. The Jewish background of Paul’s speech on the Aeropagus; an exegetical study of the creation motif, Acts 17:24-26. (1963)
Brownell, Paul Granger. An inquiry–religious experience and symbolization (1964)
Buck, Zane Arthur. Prophetic and ceremonial church architecture for the twentieth century: a synthesis (1964)
Cavanaugh, James Henry. Imagination–the shape of Christian education (1964)
Conover, Patrick W. Emergence and crisis: a Christian approach to personality (1964)
De Gruchy, John Wesley. The local church and the race problem in South Africa. (1964)
Dralle, Robert F. The meaning of freedom for a small group (1964)
Fargo, George Gerald. Towards a theology for educational ministry in the church (1964)
Gillies, Chester Raymond. Gabriel Marcel–coming into being (1964)
Hall, David L. An exposition and analysis of Ortegan thought (1964)
Heiss, Richard L. Maximizing encounter with a group of senior highs (1964)
Howe, Helen Irene. The Student Christian Association movement and the role of the laity in the mission of the church (1964)
Jamerson, Willie J. A study of Buber and Kierkegaard: the contrasting understanding of the implications of the relationship between man and man for the relationship between man and God (1964)
Jones, John N. Meaningful child education (1964)
Kokuma, Francis Kwami. The problem of indigenization in the West African (British)
churches (1964)
Maxwell, Farley. Becoming in an age of relativity (1964)
Okamoto, Chiaki. A problem of Christian education in Japan: self-identity (1964)
Oyakawa, E. Michio. The cross in the life of the local congregation (1964)
Roberts, David Wayne. A study of death in the theology of Paul Tillich (1964)
Schultz, James M. Religious faith and occupational plans of junior college men (1964)
Sissons, Peter L. The Church and the suburb in England (1964)
Smith, Philip Alan. An experiment in lay education and church renewal (1964)
Van Kirk, John Randall. Re-thinking John Wesley’s contribution: the early phase of his churchmanship (1964)
Wentworth, Jay Alan. Some aesthetic implications of Whitehead’s philosophy (1964)
West, Paul F. Adult businessmen and the ministry of connection: toward a framework for ministry with men (1964)
Adams, George Tomlinson. Harlan Paul Douglass and the church, 1906-1950: an examination of his writings in terms of the church and the community it serves (1965)
Aull, James Andrew. Hi-Y: a small group model for the YMCA leadership. (1965)
Bailey, Jack Simpson. Some considerations for the mission of the church in urban culture. (1965)
Bill, Jean-Francois. The responsible selfhood of the church: a study of the Tsonga Presbyterian Church. (1965)
Briggs, William Major. The contemporary form of the inner-city parish. (1965)
Coffey, Walter Charles. America’s religious future as seen by Philip Schaff. (1965)
Cowger, Charles David. The church in response to poverty. (1965)
Filonowitz, Joseph C. Humor and theology. (1965)
Fletcher, John Arden. Christian nurture as the personal unification of feeling, thought, and action. (1965)
Guigle, F. Charles. The development of religious meaning: a theory and examination. (1965)
LaDu, Joseph Wilson. The urbanization of rural life and the role of the church. (1965)
Loeschen, John Richard. Proximate and penultimate: Luther’s doctrine of the created order. (1965)
McLain, Gary Bishop. The therapeutic potentiality of Paul’s church-understanding. (1965)
Moller, Thomas Loren. Attack from the right: the Radical Right against the ecumenical movement. (1965)
Patterson, Jack Theodore. The quest for “True Humanity” in the thought of Kierkegaard and Buber. (1965)
Schwartz, Robert Gerald. The church and “The American Funeral”: crisis in faith and mission. (1965)
Smith, Harold W. Form and dynamics in contemporary Christology: a study of the discourse on Jesus Christ in the writings of Teilhard de Chardin and William Temple. (1965)
Sugawara, Alan Iwao. Liturgical history: the Reformed Church. (1965)
Bell, John Boyd. Religion and urbanization in the ancient Near East. (1966)
Day, Norbert Raymond. Ministry in the context of the new freedom. (1966)
Froese, Menno. An exposition and analysis of Kurt Lewin’s field study. (1966)
Griffith, Lloyd Dale. Function of myth in modern conscience. (1966)
Kubik, Wayne Frank. A ministry to the dying. (1966)
Lindstrom, P. Richard, The Risberg school (1966)
Nickelsen, John Hellier. A critique of Erich Fromm’s interpretation of Jesus and the early Christiologies. (1966)
Olski, Donald Walter. A contemporary theology of the Holy Spirit. (1966)
Ross, Karl Eugene. The function of music in worship. (1966)
Ross, Patricia Sylvester. Clues for an educational ministry with older persons. (1966)
Rydberg, Wayne Douglas. The role of religious belief in the suicidal crisis. (1966)
Sanders, Frank Wootton. An analysis of the rehabilitation program of the Community Center Foundation. (1966)
Speer, Robert Pollock. A reflection on the meaning of death for the living. (1966)
Strah, Michael Sherman. Christian faith and identity: the implications of the thought of Merleau-Ponty, heidegger, Erikson, and Bultman for a Christian concept of identity. (1966)
Theselius, James Embree. Knowledge as affirmation: an exposition of Michael Polanyi’s thought. (1966)
Vincent, Donald George. Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s understanding of the church. (1966)
Wright, Frank Wolfford. Curriculum guides for adult theological education. (1966)
Yalouris, Joachim George. The causes provoking the iconoclastic controversy. (1966)
Yons, George Edward. Jesus and integrity therapy. (1966)
Anderson, R. Larry. Teilhard and the meaning of ministry. (1967)
Blount, Roswell Clifton. A study of conflicting attitudes in the United Church of Christ in Illinois: an analysis of the relationship of selected social attitudes to theological, Biblical, and personal data. (1967)
Christie, Bruce David. Whole man in a whole world: toward an understanding of a ministry of reconciliation. (1967)
Dresser, Fred. Integrity therapy and some classical conversion experiences. (1967)
Dwenger, Alfred Earl. Romantic love: its implications for a minister’s program of premarital counseling. (1967)
Gillies, Juanita D. An experiment in the resolution of social conflict. (1967)
Hermanson, George Henry. A basis for a theology of the future (1967)
Hurd, Albert Edward. Jonathan Edwards’ concept of the millenium. (1967)
Ingersoll, James Walter. Inner speech and the teenager. (1967)
Ivy, Dorsie Eugene. Struggle/confront–construct–offer–reflect: notes on a methodology for “constructive” living. (1967)
Johnson, Bruce Eaton. Martin Luther–law and gospel, and two kingdoms, Reinhold Niebuhr–justification in the realm of justice. (1967)
Kirsch, Norman Maynard. Trends in the town and country church movement from 1935-1965: as reflected in town and country church and Christian rural fellowship publications. (1967)
Leonard, David Verne. Religious consciousness and the nature of God. (1967)
McCall, Merritt C. Responsible love: an exploration of the concept in the writing of William Glasser and H. Richard Niebuhr. (1967)
Oliver, Samuel MacBain. Emerging identity in Pentecostalism. (1967)
Paton, James Warren. Whitehead on education: a study in education and cosmology. (1967)
Ramsey, Virginia Robinette. The hope of man: two perspectives. (1967)
Stout, David Alvin. A Biblical view of redemption. (1967)
Trask, David B. A ministry of ideas. (1967)
Williams, David E. Dag Hammarskjöld : Christian existentialist. (1967)
Wood, Bob R. Basic concepts and factors concerning a “theology for youth”. (1967)
Board, Chester Stephen. Revelation and reason in the seventeenth-century. (1968)
Boler, James E. Theology and sociology in a constructive ecclesiology. (1968)
Burford, James W. Biblical meal-sharing. (1968)
Christoferson, Arthur W. The contribution of early congregational doctrine of the Church to a distinctive style of church life. (1968)
Evans, Thomas H. Institution and spirit : a study in church images. (1968)
Fujiyoshi, Ronald S. A comparison of action theory : Saul Alinsky and Reinhold Niebuhr. (1968)
Green, Thomas C. The tragic vision and the man of hope. (1968)
Shewmaker, Harry Paul. Calling a people. (1968)
Thomas, Mary J. The role of inner speech: speaking words and significant symbol in existing a congregation. (1968)
Urie, Arthur Conrad. The free man in Christian perspective: critical comparison and evaluation of Norman Brown and Hannah Arendt. (1968)
Alexander, Robert Pattison. From Genesis to noogenesis: toward a theology of nature; a comparison of the Biblical tradition with Teilhard de Chardin (1969)
Brauninger, Dallas Anderson. Process, God, and man: a vision of hope (1969)
Brauninger, Robert Randall. Cultural racism in theological perspective. (1969)
Fink, Karen L. A perspective on healing in pastoral counseling: the experiencing process and the work of the Holy Spirit (1969)
Gamble, Robert Lowell. Problem and person: the homosexual (1969)
Graper, Cleora Mae. Wandering Aramean and flying Greek: the search for an incarnational aesthetic (1969)
Greenwood, Richard. Managing conflict within the church: a style of ministry (1969)
Griffin, Peggy Ann. Communication with fifth and sixth grade justice builders (1969)
Hamm, Kathleen M. The Black P Stone Nation and the book of Revelation: conflict, ministry, and eschatology (1969)
Henry, Thomas R. Telecommunication in celebrative style (1969)
Herman, Shirley. Experiential encounter as a model for pastoral care (1969)
Hurd, Russell C. Realistic prospects for Christian unity (1969)
Juengling, Ruth. Humor: the celebration of the wholeness of man (1969)
Lusk, Ruth Ann. Conscience of human-person task of the three to five year aged child. (1969)
Lusk, Stephen M. The sojourn: youth in quest of identity (1969)
Marsh, Stephen Lafayette. The Western move toward a non-rational, subjective Eastern position (1969)
Morris, Barry Kent. The radicalization process: the push toward qualitative social change via events, ideas, and actors (1969)
Peirce, Stephen W. Premarital sex an the implication for ministry (1969)
Rockwell, Nancy. Prophet and Rebel: a comparison of a theological and an existential approach to man (1969)
Rohde, John Kenneth. Nonviolent revolution (1969)
Schierling, Don. Social consciousness of the General Conference Mennonite Church. (1969)
Schneider, Kent E. Sound and celebration: there’s more to sound than meets the ear (1969)
Scott, Donald D. The significance of L.S. Vygotsky for a ministry of education (1969)
Smith, Robert Lee. The church as healthful community (1969)
Timm, Tommy L. Identification of experiences which bring a person to take responsibilityy for social action (1969)
Toshalis, Gerald L. The crisis of commitment: notes on the counseling-ministry to “post-modern” youth (1969)
Wineke, Bill. Proclaiming the news (1969)
Woods, Robert Elsworth. Ministry to younger married couples with special reference tosexual crises (1969)
Zimmerman, Carl A. The theology and social ethics of John C. Bennett (1969)
Albrecht, Janet Russell. Spontaneity: the relationship of creativity and conscience (1970)
Albrecht, William Vincent. Hope as a factor in growth (1970)
Bartlett, N. Warren. Tolstoyean philosophy of nonviolence (1970)
Beck, Robert D. The church as conscience of the state (1970)
Bodwell, John W. Creativity: a basic theological category (1970)
Burkett, Gary L. The counter culture and the Christian community (1970)
Cedar, Robert L. The almost chosen (1970)
Chapin, Mark. Perspectives on the nature and functions of the state: a critical comparison of Hans Morgenthau, Reinhold Niebuhr and Max Weber (1970)
Christensen, Donald. A theology of education for human liberation (1970)
Durrant, Paula. A style of ministry and the process of change (1970)
Enslin, Arnold. Man: body in relation (1970)
Gentry, Bryan Massey. The nation (1970)
Hauman, David Joseph. On revolutionary (1970)
Holley, Charles James. A study of the Lord’s Servant in Isaiah: an attempt to explain the use of the term and to define the character and mission of the Servant (1970)
Lewis, William. Double consciousness: an aspect of the Black cultural experience (1970)
Lindskoog, James Arthur. The police as a power factor in American society: a political and theological inquiry (1970)
Loehr, Henry T. The diversity of Protestant ministry (1970)
Marburger, Gary. The minister as an agent for radical change (1970)
McMahill, David R. Enabling decision-making in suburban youth culture (1970)
McMahill, Jane A. The whole person: a mutual challenge for medical and religious professionals (1970)
Munger, Marilee. The power of life as love: a theology of the ultimacy of love as discerned in human experience (1970)
O’Brien, Ronald A. The meaning of remembrance in the Old Testament (1970)
Rennebohm, Craig. The prophetic ministry (1970)
Schlesinger, William D. On the renewal of the seminary: an educational experiment (1970)
Stover, F. Nelson. New directions for religious communities (1970)
Wells, Robert W. Imagining man (1970)
White, David R. Israel and the land (1970)