Ogletree, Thomas Warren

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OGLETREE, Thomas Warren

OGLETREE, Thomas Warren. American, b. 1933. Genres: Philosophy, Theology/Religion. Career: Professor of Theological Ethics, and Dean of the Divinity School, Yale University, New Haven, Conn., since 1990. Associate Ed., Journal of Religious Ethics. Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Birmingham-Southern College, Alabama, 1963-65; Associate Professor of Constructive Theology, Chicago Theological Seminary, 1965- 70; Professor of Theological Ethics, 1970-81, and Chairman, Graduate Dept. of Religion, 1980, Vanderbilt University, Nashville; Professor of Theological Ethics and Dean of the Theological School, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1981-90. Ed., Soundings, 1975-80; President, Society of Christian Ethics, 1983-84. Publications: Christian Faith and History: A Critical Comparison of Ernst Troeltsch and Karl Barth, 1965; The Death of God Controversy, 1966; (ed.) Openings for Marxist-Christian Dialogue, 1968; (with H. Aptheker and S. Bliss) From Hope to Liberation: Toward a New Marxist-Christian Dialogue, 1974; (ed. with George Lucas, Jr.) Lifeboat Ethics: The Moral Dilemmas of World Hunger, 1976; The Use of the Bible in Christian Ethics, 1983; Hospitality to the Stranger: Dimensions of Moral Understanding, 1985. Address: Yale Divinity School, 409 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 06511, U.S.A.