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William Norman Pittenger


Compiled by the Right Reverend Terry Brown
Retired Bishop of Malaita, 2012

Lux in Lumine: Essays to Honor W. Norman Pittenger.
Edited by Richard A. Norris.
New York: Seabury Press, 1966.

Catholicism and the Modern Temper
Milwaukee: Morehouse, [1932?].

Will there be a New Religion?
West Park, New York: Holy Cross Press, 1938.

Does Christianity Matter?
West Park, New York: Holy Cross Press, no date.

The Approach to Christianity.
London: Centenary Press, 1938.

An Essay in Christology.
S.T.M. Thesis, General Theological Seminary, New York, 1940.

What about Jesus?
West Park, New York: Holy Cross Press, 194-?

Christ and Christian Faith: Some Presuppositions and Implications of the Incarnation.
New York: Round Table Press, 1941.

Christian Faith and Worship.
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1942.

The Christian Philosophy of John Scotus Erigena
Journal of Religion, Vol. 24(4), October, 1944, pp. 246-257.

The Christian Way in a Modern World.
Louisville: Cloister Press, 1944.

Biblical Religion and Biblical Theology.
Journal of Bible and Religion, Vol. 13(4), November 1945, pp. 179-183.

His Body the Church.
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1945.

Stewards of the Mysteries of Christ.
Louisville: Cloister Press, 1945.

The Divine Action: Some Considerations on the Eucharist and the Life of the Church.
Hartford: Church Congress in the United States, 1946.

A Living Faith for Living Men: Simple Studies in Great Subjects for Lay People.
Louisville: Cloister Press, 1946.

What Does the Episcopal Church Stand for?: Some Answers for Visitors and Inquirers.
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1946.

The College Militant: A Manifesto on the Christian College (with T.S.K. Scott-Craig)
New York: Guild of Episcopal Scholars in the Episcopal Church, 1948.

The Theological Enterprise and the Life of the Church.
Anglican Theological Review, 1949.

Sacraments, Signs and Symbols: With Essays on Related Topics.
Chicago: Wilcox and Follett, 1949.

The Historic Faith and a Changing World.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1950.

Jesus Christ, God's Son our Lord.
Cincinnati, Ohio: Forward Movement Publications, 1951.

The Devotion to the Mother of Christ in Catholic Spirituality.
Anglican Theological Review, 1951.

The Christian Sacrifice: A Study of the Eucharist in the Life of the Christian Church.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1951.

The Significance of Chalcedon Today.
The Ecumenical Review, Vol. 4(4), 1952, pp. 397-399.

The Principles and Practice of the Christian Faith.
London: SCM Press, 1952.

Christ in the Haunted Wood: The Christian Foundation for the Good Life.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1953.

The Christian View of Sexual Behavior: A Reaction to the Kinsey Report.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1954.

Christian Affirmations.
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1954.

What is the Priesthood: A Book on Vocation (with John V. Butler)
New York: Morehouse-Gorham, 1954.

The doctrine of Christ and the doctrine of the Church: a Working Paper, Prepared for the American Section of the Theological Commission on Christ and the Church.
Geneva: World Council of Churches, 1955.

Theology and Reality: Essays in Restatement.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1955.

The Christian apologetic of James Franklin Bethune-Baker.
Anglican Theological Review, October, 1955.

Søren Kierkegaard.
Anglican Theological Review, Vol. 38(1), 1956.

Degree or Kind?: A Christological Essay.
Canadian Journal of Theology, Vol. 2(4), 1956, pp. 189-196.

Rethinking the Christian Message.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1956.

Christian Love, Hope and Faith.
Cincinnati, Ohio: Forward Movement Publications, 1956.

Tomorrow's Faith Today: Essays on Rethinking the Christian Message toward a New Modernism.
New York: Exposition Press, 1956.

Review of The Christian Man, by William Hamilton.
The Journal of Religion, Vol. 37(2), 1957.

The Episcopalian Way of Life.
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1957.

Jackson Kemper in the Northwest.
New York: National Council, 1957?

The Church We Love.
Cincinnati, Ohio: Forward Movement Publications, 1957.

Toward a Catholic Modernism
In The Liberal Spirit in Religion: Essays
New York: National Council. 1957.

The Church, the Ministry and Reunion.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1957.

Contemporary Trends in Christology: The Christ of our Christian Faith.
Religion in Life, 1958, pp. 483-494.

This Great Sacrament.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1958.

The Significance of the Christological Question.
Oxford: B. Blackwell, 1958.

The Supernatural
Chelsea Review, Spring 1958, pp. 22-31.

The Word Incarnate: A Study of the Doctrine of the Person of Christ.
New York: Harper, 1959.

Thomas James Bingham.
Pastoral Psychology, Vol. 11(5), 1960.

Review of The Greek East and the Latin West by Philip Sherrard
The Journal of Religion, Vol. 40(2), 1960.

The Pathway to Believing.
Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1960.

Paul Tillich as a Theologian: An Appreciation.
Anglican Theological Review, July 1961.

The Christian View of Human Nature.
Oxford: Blackwell, 1961.

Preaching the Gospel Today.
Canadian Journal of Theology, Vol. 7(3), 1961.

The Ministry of the Good Shepherd: Seven Addresses to Theological Students and Parish Priests.
Addresses Given at Philadelphia Divinity School, February, 1961.
[New York, self-published, 1961.]

Proclaiming Christ Today.
Greenwich, Connecticut: Seabury Press, 1962.

Ernesto Buonaiuti and Roman Catholic Modernism.
Theology, Vol. 67, September, 1964, pp. 394-402.

The Christian Understanding of Human Nature.
Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1964.

Love is the Clue.
London: Mowbray, 1967.

The Crown of the Year: True Joy, etc.
Cambridge: Great St. Mary's, 1967.

Light, Life, Love: The Passiontide Lectures for 1967 at Lincoln Theological College; the Holy Week lectures for 1967 at Cuddesdon College, Oxford.
London: Mowbray, 1967.

God in Process.
London: SCM Press, 1967.

Response, March 1 to April 30, 1967: Bible Readings and Intercession for Mission.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1967.

Some Comments on Paul Tillich.
Leysters: Modern Churchmen's Union, 1968.

The Life of Jesus Christ.
New York: F. Watts, 1968.

(Editor) Christ for Us Today: Papers Read at the Conference of Modern Churchmen, Somerville College, Oxford, July 1967.
London:  SCM. Press, 1968.

Process-Thought and Christian Faith.
London: Macmillan, 1968.

Reconceptions in Christian Thinking, 1817-1967.
New York: Seabury Press, 1968.

The Life of St. Paul.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1968.

St. Thomas Aquinas: The Angelic Doctor.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1969.

Martin Luther: The Great Reformer.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1969.

Alfred North Whitehead.
Richmond: John Knox Press, 1969.

The Only Meaning: Love is the Only Survival, the Only Meaning.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1969.

Love Looks Deep.
London: Mowbray, 1969.

The Christian Situation Today.
London: Epworth Press, 1969.

God's Way with Men: A Study of the Relationship between God and Man in Providence, "Miracle," and Prayer.
Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press, 1969.

Henry VIII of England.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1970.

Time for Consent: A Christian Approach to Homosexuality.
London: SCM Press, 1970.

Zeit zur Verständigung: Plädoyer eines Christen zum Problem der Homosexualität.
[German translation of Time for Consent.]
Hamburg: Furche; Zürich: Theologischer Verlag, 1970.

Making Sexuality Human.
Philadelphia: Pilgrim Press, 1970.

Richard the Lion-Hearted: The Crusader King.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1970.

Christology Reconsidered.
London: SCM Press, 1970.

'The Last Things' in a Process Perspective.
London: Epworth Press, 1970.

Goodness Distorted.
London: Mowbray, 1970.

Life of St. Peter.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1970.

Shopping-List for Modern Man: A Future for Faith.
Cambridge: University Church, 1971.

Plato, his Life and Teachings.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1971.

A Christian Attitude to Homosexuals.
Cambridge: Great St. Mary's, 1972.

The Christian Church as Social Process.
Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1972.

Early Britain: The Celtics, Romans, and Anglo-Saxons.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1972.

Life in Christ.
Grand Rapids: Eedrmans, 1972.

Trying to be a Christian.
Philadelphia: Pilgrim Press, 1972.

A Vision and a Way.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1972.

Life as Eucharist.
Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1972.

Christian Faith and the Question of History.
Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1973.

The Response in Faith and Life to Jesus Christ.
Annual Lecture of the Robinson T. Orr Visitorship.
London, Ontario: Huron College, 1973.

Persons and Purpose: Making People Whole.
Cambridge: Great Saint Mary's, 1973.

Love and Control in Sexuality.
Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1974.

Praying Today: Practical Thoughts Today.
Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1974.

The Holy Spirit.
Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1974.

Christian Words to a Homosexual.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1975?

Unbounded Love: God and Man in Process, with Study Guide.
New York: Seabury Press, 1976.

Gay Lifestyles: A Christian Interpretation of Homosexuality and the Homosexual.
Los Angeles: Universal Fellowship Press, 1977.

Homosexuals and the Bible: A New Look at Biblical and Other Religious and Moral Objections to Homosexuality.
Los Angeles: Universal Fellowship Press, 1977.

The Divine Triunity.
Philadelphia: United Church Press, 1977.

Cosmic Love and Human Wrong: The Reconception of the Meaning of Sin, in the Light of Process Thinking.
New York: Paulist Press, 1978.

Loving Says It All.
New York: Pilgrim Press, 1978.

The Lure of Divine Love: Human Experience and Christian Faith in a Process Perspective.
New York: Pilgrim Press, 1979.

Some Notes on an Ethic for Homosexuals.
London: Gay Christian Movement, 1979.

After Death: Life in God.
London, SCM Press, 1980.

Catholic Faith in a Process Perspective.
Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1981.

What Sort of God?
Leominster, Herts.: Modern Churchmen's Union, 1981.

Abounding Grace: A Meditative and Devotional Study.
London and Oxford: Mowbray, 1981.

Picturing God.
London: SCM Press, 1982.

The Meaning of Being Human.
New York: Pilgrim Press, 1982.

Na de dood - leven in God.
[Dutch translation of After Death: Life in God.]
Baarn: Ten Have, 1982.

The Ministry of All Christians: A Theology of Lay Ministry.
Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1983.

Whitehead on God.
Encounter, Vol. 45(4), Autumn, 1984, pp. 325-331.

Preaching the Gospel.
Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1984.

Before the Ending of the Day.
Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1985.

What about Evil.
Shepperton, Middlesex: Modern Churchmen's Union, 1985.

Passion and Perfection: Meditations for Holy Week and Easter.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1985.

Freed to Love: Process Interpretation of Redemption.
Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1987.

The Pilgrim Church and the Easter People.
Wilmington, Delaware: Michael Glazier, 1987.

What Does God Do?
Kedderminter, Worcester.: Modern Churchmen's Union, 1989?

Becoming and Belonging.
Wilton, Connecticut: Morehouse-Barlow, 1989.

The Lord's Prayer.
Cincinnati: Forward Movement Publications, 1989.

Our Lady: The Mother of Jesus in Christian Faith and Devotion.
London: SCM Press, 1996.

An Unimportant Life: Memories of Persons, Places, and Work.
[Manuscript autobiography, originally intended for publication for Pilgrim Press.]

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