Marney, Carlyle, 1916-1978Alternative names
Baptist minister and writer. He attended Carson-Newman College and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. After seminary Marney served churches in Kentucky, Texas and North Carolina. In 1967 Marney founded in Lake Junaluska, North Carolina Interpreter's House, a retreat center for ministers and laypersons. Marney wrote over a dozen books all of which challenged the reader to live out the demands of the gospel in spite of traditional expectations. He died in 1978.
From the description of Collection, 1950-1952. (Hudson Valley Community College). WorldCat record id: 50011978
Clergyman and author.
From the description of Papers, 1899-1979 & 1958-1978. (bulk). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 17979568
1916, July 8:
Born, Harriman, Tennessee.
A.B., Carson Newman College.
1940, June 20:
Married Rita Elizabeth Christopher.
Ordained to ministry of Baptist Church.
Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
1948- 1958: Pastor of First Baptist Church, Austin, Texas.
Visiting Professor in Homiletics, Austin Presbyterian Seminary
1952- 1957: Professor of Christian Ethics, Austin Presbyterian Seminary.
1958- 1967: Pastor of Myers Park Baptist Church, Charlotte, N. C.
Litt.D., Wake Forest College.
D.D., Johnson C. Smith University.
D.D., Kalamazoo College Member, President's National Advisory Commission on Rural Poverty.
1967- 1968: Vice President, National Council of Churches.
1967- 1978: Founder and Director of Interpreters' House, Lake Junaluska, N. C.
1972- 1978: Adjunct Professor at Duke Divinity School.
Conquest Chair in Humanities, Virginia Military Institute D.D., University of Glasgow, Scotland. Trustee, The Christian Century Foundation.
1978, July 3:
Died, Lake Junaluska, N. C.
From the guide to the Carlyle Marney Papers, 1899-1979, (Duke University. David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
- Death of God theology
- Rural poor
- Peace--Religious aspects
- Sermons, American--20th century
- Sermons, American
- North Carolina (as recorded)
- United States (as recorded)
- Korea (as recorded)
- Japan (as recorded)
- Texas (as recorded)