Kelsey, Morton T(rippe)
KELSEY, Morton T(rippe)
KELSEY, Morton T(rippe). American, b. 1917. Genres: Theology/ Religion, Psychology. Career: Professor Emeritus, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, since 1982 (Professor, 1969-82). Canon, Trinity Cathedral, Phoenix, Arizona, 1946-50; Rector, St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Monrovia, California, 1950-69. Publications: Tongue Speaking, 1964; Dreams: The Dark Speech of the Spirit, 1968; God, Dreams and Revelation, 1972; Encounter with God, 1972; Healing and Christianity, 1973; Myth, History and Faith, 1974; The Hinge; Dreams: A Way to Listen to God; Discernment: A Study in Ecstasy and Evil; The Christian and the Supernatural; The Other Side of Silence; Afterlife; The Age of Miracles; Tales to Tell; Adventure Inward; Reaching for the Real; Caring; Transcend; Prophetic Ministry; Christo-Psychology; Companions on the Inner Way; Resurrection, 1985; Christianity as Psychology, 1986; Sacrament of Sexuality, 1986; Psychology, Medicine and Christian Healing, 1988; Reaching: The Journey to Fulfillment, 1989; Prayer and the Redwood Seed, 1990; Through Defeat to Victory, 1991; Dreamquest: Native American Myth and Recovery of Soul, 1992; The Drama of Christmas: Letting Christ into Our Lives, 1994; Set Your Heart on the Greatest Gifts, 1996; What Is Heaven Like?, 1997. Died 2002.