Hamilton, Kenneth (Morrison)

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HAMILTON, Kenneth (Morrison)

HAMILTON, Kenneth (Morrison). Canadian (born England), b. 1917. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Theology/Religion. Career: Professor Emeritus of Theology and Literature, University of Winnipeg, 1982- (Assistant Professor, 1958-62; Associate Professor, 1962-68; Professor of Religious Studies, 1968-82). Minister of Religion, Nottingham, 1943-48, Wallington, Surrey, 1948-51, and Nova Scotia, 1951-58. Publications: The Protestant Way, 1956; The System and the Gospel: A Critique of Paul Tillich, 1963; Revolt against Heaven, 1965; God Is Dead: The Anatomy of a Slogan, 1966; In Search of Contemporary Man, 1967; J. D. Salinger: A Critical Essay, 1967; (with A. Hamilton) John Updike: A Critical Essay, 1967; What's New in Religion, 1968; Life in One's Stride: A Short Study in Dietrich Bonhoffer, 1968; The Promise of Kierkegaard, 1969; (with A. Hamilton) The Elements of John Updike, 1970; Words and the Word, 1971; To Turn from Idols, 1973; (with A. Hamilton) To Be a Man-To Be a Woman, 1975; (with A. Hamilton) Condemned to Life: The World of Samuel Beckett, 1976; Earthly Good, 1989. Address: 4-237 Thomas Berry St, Winnipeg, MB, Canada R2H 0P9. Online address: [email protected]

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