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Long, Edward Leroy, Jr.

LONG, Edward Leroy, Jr.

LONG, Edward Leroy, Jr. American, b. 1924. Genres: Ethics, Theology/Religion. Career: James W. Pearsall Professor Emeritus of Christian Ethics and Theology of Culture, Drew University, Madison, NJ, 1986- (Professor, 1976-86). Minister to Students, Blacksburg Presbyterian Church, Virginia, 1951-54; Associate Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, 1951-54, and Associate Professor and Head of Dept. of Philosophy and Religion, 1955-57, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg; Associate Professor, 1957-65, and Professor of Religion, 1965-76, Oberlin College, Ohio. Series Ed., The Haddam House Series on the Christian in His Vocation, Association Press Publishers, 1960-64. Publications: Science and Christian Faith, 1950; The Christian Response to the Atomic Crisis, 1950; Religious Beliefs of American Scientists, 1952; Conscience and Compromise: An Approach to Protestant Casuistry, 1954; The Role of the Self in Conflicts and Struggle, 1962; A Survey of Christian Ethics, 1967; War and Conscience in America, 1968; (with J.T. Stephens) The Christian as a Doctor, 1960; (ed. with R.T. Handy) Theology and Church in Times of Change: Essays in Honor of John Coleman Bennett, 1970; A Survey of Recent Christian Ethics, 1982; Peace Thinking in a Warring World, 1983; Academic Bonding and Social Concern, 1984; Higher Education as a Moral Enterprise, 1992; To Liberate and Redeem: Moral Reflections on the Biblical Narrative, 1997; Patterns of Polity: Varieties of Church Governance, 2001. Address: PO Box 10, Wicomico, VA 23184, U.S.A.

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