Published in 1989, this bibliography considers religious seminaries that are affiliated with the various denominations of the theological institutions established in the United States by the Protestants in the early 1800s, it also considers non-denominational and independent settings.
Divided into two sections, the first short section considers the relationship between the civil governments and the seminaries, the second, organized by denomination into 15 chapters provides an extensive bibliography with annotations.
The work pulls together a wealth of reference material and identifies salient works, whether book, article, dissertation or essay, to provide a much-needed resource for those interested in seminary education in the United States, whether scholar, student, policy maker, or interested citizen.
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. Government Relationships to Seminaries. 2. Baptist Seminaries. 3. Catholic Seminaries. 4. Christian Church (Disciples of Christ Seminaries). 5. Church of the Brethren Seminaries. 6. Episcopal Seminaries. 7. Hellenic Seminaries. 8. Independent Seminaries. 9. Jewish Seminaries. 10. Lutheran Seminaries. 11. Nazarene Seminaries. 12. Presbyterian Seminaries. 13. Reformed Seminaries. 14. Seventh-Day Adventist Seminaries. 15. United Church of Christ Seminaries. 16. United Methodist Seminaries