Series: Dwight H. Terry Lectures

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Concerning Evolution by J. Arthur Thomson1923-1924
Evolution in Science & Religion 6 Printi by Robert Andrews Millikan1926-1927
Science and Personality by William Brown1927-1928
Belief Unbound: A Promethean Religion for the Modern World by William Pepperell Montague1929-1930
The Open World by Hermann Weyl1930-1931
The Universe and Life (The Terry Lectures Series) by H. S. Jennings1932-1933
A Common Faith by John Dewey1933-1934
Order and Life by Joseph Needham1934-1935
The Structure of Religious Experience by John Macmurray1935-1936
Psychology and Religion by Carl Gustav Jung1937-1938
Education at the Crossroads by Jacques Maritain1942-1943
On Understanding Science by James Bryant Conant1945-1946
The Divine Relativity: A Social Conception of God by Charles Hartshorne1946-1947
The Meaning of Evolution by George Gaylord Simpson1948-1949
Psychoanalysis and Religion by Erich Fromm1949-1950
Becoming: Basic Considerations for a Psychology of Personality by Gordon W. Allport1953-1954
Use and Abuse of History by Pieter Geyl1954-1955
The Court and the Castle: Some Treatments of a Recurrent Theme by Rebecca West1955-1956
Revelation Through Reason: Religion in the Light of Science and Philosophy by Errol E. Harris1956-1957
Continuities in cultural evolution by Margaret Mead1957-1958
Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation by Paul Ricœur1961-1962
The Tacit Dimension by Michael Polanyi1962-1963
The Presence of the Word: Some Prolegomena for Cultural and Religious History by Walter J. Ong1963-1964
Images of Authority: A Consideration of the Concepts of 'Regnum' and 'Sacerdotium' by J. M. Cameron1964-1965
Islam Observed: Religious Development in Morocco and Indonesia by Clifford Geertz1967-1968
The Police and the Public by Albert J. Reiss1968-1969
Re-Visioning Psychology by James Hillman1971-1972
The Humane Imperative: Challenge for the Year 2000 by Theodore M. Hesburgh1973-1974
And They Took Themselves Wives: The Emergence of Patriarchy in Western Civilization by David Bakan1975-1976
Freud and the Problem of God by Hans Küng1977-1978
The Imperative of Responsibility: In Search of an Ethics for the Technological Age by Hans Jonas1979-1980
Master Control Genes in Development and Evolution: The Homeobox Story by Walter J. Gehring1993-1994
Belief in God in an Age of Science by John Polkinghorne1996-1997
The Empirical Stance by Bas C. van Fraassen1999
One World: the Ethics of Globalization by Peter Singer2000
Exorcism and Enlightenment by H. C. Erik Midelfort2003
Thinking in Circles: An Essay on Ring Composition by Mary Douglas2003
Evolution for Everyone: How Darwin's Theory Can Change the Way We Think About Our Lives by David Sloan Wilson2004
Natural Reflections: Human Cognition at the Nexus of Science and Religion by Barbara Herrnstein Smith2006
Islam, Science, and the Challenge of History by Ahmad Dallal2007
Reason, Faith, and Revolution: Reflections on the God Debate by Terry Eagleton2008
Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self by Marilynne Robinson2009
Private Doubt, Public Dilemma: Religion and Science since Jefferson and Darwin by Keith Stewart Thomson2012
Life After Faith: The Case for Secular Humanism by Philip Kitcher2013

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