Further Reading on “God”

So many people have asked me for the references/further reading for the sermon from July 17 2016 (“What We Call God, Or Don’t”), I thought I’d compile a list.  This is definitely partial, but it’s a good start! The ones with * can be borrowed from the church library.

  • James Luther Adams, On Being Human Religiously, 1976
  • *Paul Rasor, Faith Without Certainty, 2005
  • Henry Nelson Wieman, Religious Experience and Scientific Method, Orig 1926, reprinted in 1971
  • *Nancy Ellen Abrams, A God that Could Be Real: Spirituality, Science, and the Future of Our Planet, 2015
  • Friedrich Schleiermacher, On Religion: Speeches to its Cultured Despisers, 1799
  • Paul Tillich, Dynamics of Faith, orig. 1957, reprinted many times, including 2009
  • Mary Daly, Beyond God the Father, revised edition, 1993
  • Charles Hartshorne, Omnipotence, and Other Theological Mistakes, 1984
  • James Cone, God of the Oppressed, 1975
  • *Galen Guengerich, God Revised, 2013

About Rev. Gretchen Haley

Gretchen Haley serves as the Senior Minister of the Foothills Unitarian Church in Fort Collins, CO. She's relentlessly curious about most things, especially the big stuff of theology, the beauty of creation and poetry, the magic of collaboration, and the great joy and often-great-depth of popular (and less popular) television and music. She and her partner of 17 years, Carri, have 2 children, Gracie (10) and Josef (8).
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4 Responses to Further Reading on “God”

  1. Marypat says:

    Is Inside the Large Congregation by Susan Beaumont available? Mary Pat

    Sent from my iPhone



  2. Steven Hoyt says:

    to the general public, where’s the sermon? i’d like to hear/read it.


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