Minear, Paul Sevier
MINEAR, Paul Sevier
MINEAR, Paul Sevier. American, b. 1906. Genres: Theology/Religion. Career: Emeritus Professor of Biblical Theology, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1971- (joined faculty, 1956). Professor of New Testament, Garrett Theological Institute, 1934-44, and Andover Newton Theological School, 1944-56. Director, Faith and Order Commission, World Council of Churches, 1961-63; Vice-Rector, Ecumenical Institute for Advanced Theological Study, 1970-72; member translation committee, New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, 1970-90. Publications: Introduction to Paul, 1937; And Great Shall Be Your Reward, 1941; Eyes of Faith, 1946; The Choice, 1948; The Kingdom and the Power, 1950; (co-author) Kierkegaard and the Bible, 1952; Christian Hope and the Second Coming, 1954; Jesus and His People, 1956; Horizons of Christian Community, 1959; Images of the Church in the New Testament, 1960; The Gospel of Mark, 1962; I Saw a New Earth, 1968; The Obedience of Faith, 1971; Commands of Christ, 1972; I Pledge Allegiance, 1975; To Heal and to Reveal, 1976; To Die and to Live, 1977; New Testament Apocalyptic, 1981; Matthew: The Teacher's Gospel, 1982; John: The Martyr's Gospel, 1984; Death Set to Music, 1987; The God of the Gospels, 1988; Christians and the New Creation, 1994; The Golgotha Earthquake: Three Witnesses, 1995; The Good News of Matthew: A Training Manual for Prophets, 2000; The Bible and the Historian: Breaking the Silence about God in Biblical Studies, 2002. EDITOR: The Nature of the Unity We Seek, 1958; Faith and Order Findings, 1963. Address: 64 Farm View Dr, Guilford, CT 06437, U.S.A.