Hick, John (Harwood)

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HICK, John (Harwood)

HICK, John (Harwood). British, b. 1922. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1956-59; Stuart Professor of Christian Philosophy, Princeton Theological Seminary, NJ, 1959-64; Lecturer in Divinity, Cambridge University, 1964-67; University of Birmingham, H.G. Wood Professor of Theology, 1967-82, Emeritus, 1982-, Fellow of Institute for Advanced Research in Arts and Social Sciences, 1992-; Claremont Graduate University, CA, Danforth Professor of Religion, 1980-92, Emeritus, 1992-. Publications: Faith and Knowledge, 1957, 2nd ed., 1967; Philosophy of Religion, 1963, 4th ed., 1990; Evil and the God of Love, 1966, 2nd ed., 1977; Christianity at the Centre, 1968; Arguments for the Existence of God, 1971; God and the Universe of Faiths, 1973; Death and Eternal Life, 1976; God Has Many Names, 1980; (with M. Goulder) Why Believe in God?, 1983; The Second Christianity, 1983; Problems of Religious Pluralism, 1985; An Interpretation of Religion, 1989; Disputed Questions in Theology and the Philosophy of Religion, 1993; The Metaphor of God Incarnate, 1993; A Christian Theology of Religions (in UK as The Rainbow of Faiths), 1995; The Fifth Dimension: An Exploration of the Spiritual Realm, 1999; Dialogues in the Philosophy of Religion, 2000; John Hick: An Autobiography, 1993. EDITOR: The Existence of God, 1964; Faith and the Philosophers, 1964; Classical and Contemporary Readings in the Philosophy of Religion, 1964, 3rd ed., 1990; Truth and Dialogue, 1974; The Myth of God Incarnate, 1977; (with B. Hebblethwaite) Christianity and Other Religions, 1980, 2nd ed., 2000; (with H. Askari) The Experience of Religious Diversity, 1985; (with E. Meltzer) Three Faiths-One God, 1989; (with L. Hempel) Gandhi's Significance for Today, 1989. Address: 144 Oak Tree Ln, Selly Oak, Birmingham B29 6HU, England. Online address: [email protected]; www.johnhick.org.uk