William Stringfellow Papers 1967


William Stringfellow Papers 1967

Papers of the American lawyer, lay theologian, author. Collection contains book manuscript and other material related to the publication of , written in conjunction with Anthony Towne. The Bishop Pike Affair

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Stringfellow, William

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William Stringfellow (1928-1985) was an American lawyer and Episcopal lay theologian. He received his law degree from Harvard University. As a member of the group ministry at the well-known East Harlem Protestant Parish, he lived in Spanish Harlem while practicing law. Stringfellow was an active proponent of civil rights and of racial and social justice. He wrote several books, including Dissenter in a Great Society, Free in Obedience, and A Private and Public Faith . Ja...

Pike, James A. (James Albert), 1913-1969 (Spirit)

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James Albert Pike (1913-1969) was an American clergyman, lawyer, and author. He wrote and spoke extensively on the church and social problems, Christian and legal ethics, pastoral psychology, psychical research, and spiritualism. Pike was born February 14th, 1913 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to James A. Pike and Pearl Agatha Wimsatt Pike. After his father died he moved to California with his mother where he graduated from Hollywood High School in 1930 and attended the Sant...

Towne, Anthony

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