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Thomas J. J. Altizer, America's 20th Century Religious Heretic

An Analytic Bibliography of the Writings of Altizer and the Death of God Theme

Glenn Wittig

Thomas J. J. Altizer, America’s 20th Century Religious Heretic: An Analytic Bibliography of the Writings of Altizer and the Death of God Theme is a 50-year-plus analytical English-language bibliography covering: 1) all the published works by Thomas Altizer and 2) writings of others that have explored the "death of God" theme. The bibliography (including books, journal and magazine articles, newspaper stories, sermons, book reviews, and letters) is arranged chronologically by year. The first introductory essay addresses questions and concerns about Altizer and his writings; the second introductory essay provides a guide to the structure of the bibliography. Four extensive indexes covering persons named, essay titles, book titles, and periodical titles are included.

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HEADINGS:

1. Judaic religion / 2. Christianity / 3. Protestantism / 4. Radically Secular Humanism / A Select Bibliography

Altizer: 778–79, 789, 794, 804–05, 808–09, 811

Death of God: 775–81, 784–85, 789, 792–95, 797, 799–800, 802–08

1440 Sutphin, Stanley T. “Cultural or Story Theology.” Chapter 1 in his Options in Contemporary Theology, 10–36. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1977.

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Novak / Keen / Cox / Footnotes

Altizer: 22

Death of God: 22

1441 Sutphin, Stanley T. “Introduction.” In his Options in Contemporary Theology, 1–9. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1977.

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