Massey, James Earl
MASSEY, James Earl
MASSEY, James Earl. American, b. 1930. Genres: History, Theology/ Religion, Biography. Career: National Association of the Church of God, historian, 1957-, and member and vice chairman, Publ. Board of the Church of God, 1962-78; Vital Christianity mag., feature writer, 1960-82; Gospel Trumpet mag., contributing editor, 1960-69; Tyndale House Publishers, editorial adviser, 1968-69; Anderson College, IN, professor of religious studies, and campus minister, 1969-77; Christian Scholar's Review, Editorial Board, member, 1970-82; Tuskegee University, dean of the chapel and university professor, 1984-89, dean emeritus; Anderson University School of Theology, IN, dean emeritus, 1989-95; New Interpreter's Bible Project, contributor and editorial board member, 1990-2002. Publications: The Growth of the Soul, 1955; An Introduction to the Negro Churches in the Church of God Reformation Movement, 1957; When Thou Prayest, 1960; The Worshipping Church, 1961; Raymond S. Jackson: A Portrait, 1967; The Soul under Seige, 1970; The Hidden Disciplines, 1972; The Responsible Pulpit (speech/rhetoric), 1974; Howard Thurman: Preacher, The Sermon in Perspective, 1976; Concerning Christian Unity, 1979; Designing the Sermon, 1980; Educating for Service, 1984; Spiritual Disciplines, 1985; A Bridge Between, 1988; Preaching from Hebrews, 1991; The Burdensome Joy of Preaching, 1998; Sundays in the Tuskegee Chapel, 2000; Aspects of My Pilgrimage: An Autobiography, 2002. Address: 367 Beverley Rd, Greensboro, AL 36744-9349, U.S.A.