Shaw, Joseph M(inard)

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SHAW, Joseph M(inard)

SHAW, Joseph M(inard). American, b. 1925. Genres: History, Theology/ Religion. Career: St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, instructor, 1957-59, assistant professor, 1959-62, associate professor, 1962-68, professor of religion, 1968-91, professor emeritus, 1991-, chairperson of department, 1985-88. Publications: Pulpit under the Sky: A Life of Hans Nielsen Hauge, 1955; (trans.) Carl F. Wisloeff, The Gift of Communion, 1964; If God Be for Us: A Study in the Meaning of Justification, 1966; Our New Testament Heritage, Vol. I, 1968, Vol. II, 1969; History of St. Olaf College 1874-1974, 1974; (trans.) Andreas Aarflot, Hans Nielsen Hauge: His Life and Message, 1979; (ed. with R.W. Franklin, H. Kaasa, and C.W. Buzicky) Readings in Christian Humanism, 1982; The Pilgrim People of God Fortress, 1990; (with R.W. Franklin) The Case for Christian Humanism, Eerdmans, 1991; Dear Old Hill: The Story of Manitou Heights, the Campus of St. Olaf College, 1992; The St. Olaf Choir: A Narrative, 1997; Bernt Julius Muus: Founder of St. Olaf College, 1999. Address: St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN 55057, U.S.A.

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