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The Correspondence of Ernst Käsemann
The Pitts Theology Library is curating an exciting collection of correspondence between renowned Tübingen New Testament scholar Ernst Käsemann (1906-1998) and prominent American New Testament scholars. The intention is to make this collection universally accessible, a collection which highlights the manner in which Käsemann’s work in Biblical exegesis and theology gained influence in America and reveals the person behind the scholar Käsemann.
Archive of the Reverend Dr. Fred B. Craddock, Bandy Professor of Preaching and New Testament, Emeritus
This archive includes audio and video recordings from Dr. Craddock speaking at events held at Emory University and the Candler School of Theology. These include chapel service sermons, confererence keynotes, and lectures. To archive is organized chronologically and tagged with keywords, so to navigate either click on one of the years on the right side of the page, or search for keywords in the search bar at the top right.
Rev. Dr. Craddock began teaching at Candler in 1979. Ordained in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Craddock is a world-renowned preacher, scholar, and author. He has delivered the Lyman Beecher Lectures at Yale, the Scott Lectures at Claremont School of Theology, the Adams Lectures at Southeastern Baptist Seminary, The Schaff Lectures at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, the Cole Lectures at Vanderbilt, the Westervelt Lectures at Austin Presbyterian Seminary, the Mullins Lectures at Southern Seminary and Earl Lectures at Pacific School of Religion.
Dr. Craddock has contributed a great body of literature to the fields of preaching and New Testament studies. His book, Preaching, was ranked number 4 on Preaching magazine’s 2010 list of the 25 most influential preaching books of the past 25 years. He is equally recognized for his extraordinary preaching gifts. In 1996, Newsweek magazine named Craddock one of the 12 most influential preachers in America. He retired from Candler in 1992.
Audio archives of Dr. Howard Thurman