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Fri Mar 21 17:13:01 2014 UTClccn-n820198960.23Letters to a young doubter /0.391.00Thornton Wilder Documentary Project interviews,6004988William_Sloane_Coffinn 82019896717115Coffin, WilliamCoffin, William S.Coffin, William S. JrCoffin, William Slone 1924-2006Sloane Coffin, William 1924-2006コフィン, W. Slccn-n82253312Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)lccn-n79006786United Church of Christlccn-n2003108656Goldstein, Warrenlccn-no94019096Leibman, Morris I.lccn-n87853397Whittaker, Charles Evans1901-1973lccn-n83017199Ankele, Johnlccn-nr2004001611Old Dog Documentaries, Inclccn-no00102696Macksoud, Annelccn-n79086439Riverside Church (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n96090028Westminster John Knox PressCoffin, William SloaneSermonsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsTrials, litigation, etcForecastsUnited StatesCoffin, William SloaneClergyPolitical activistsPresbyterian Church (U.S.A.)United Church of ChristMoral conditionsSocial ethicsSocial valuesCivil rightsSermons, AmericanReformed ChurchCivil disobedienceGovernment, Resistance toChurch and the worldChurch and social problemsChristian youth--Religious lifeImaginary lettersPresbyterian ChurchPreachingChristian lifeVietnam War (1961-1975)Riverside Church (New York, N.Y.)Christmas musicLiturgical dramasPublic opinionProtest movementsBible.--ProphetsPeace--Religious aspects--ChristianityEthicsChristian leadershipSermonsClergy--OfficeIraq War (2003-2011)Political persecutionPolitical crimes and offenses--InvestigationPatriotismNuclear disarmamentFreedom of speechIntelligence serviceAssembly, Right ofPolitical participationPresbyterian Church--ClergyEconomic forecastingChristian sociologyPolitical ethicsPeaceSocial justice--Religious aspects--ChristianityLiberalism (Religion)Goodman, Mitchell192420061943196119631965196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719992000200120022003200420052006200720082010201120127861276356303.372HM665ocn06207628813864ocn041546871book19990.37Coffin, William SloaneThe heart is a little to the left : essays on public morality"William Sloane Coffin offers here a powerful antidote to the politics of the religious right with a clarion call to passive intellectuals and dispirited liberals to reenter the fray with an unabashedly Christian view of social justice. Refusing to cede the battlefield of morality to conservatives, he argues that "compassion demands confrontation," as he considers such topics as homophobia, diversity, nuclear weapons, and civil discourse."--BOOK JACKET+-+13046092356605ocn000572184book19720.66Coffin, William SloaneCivil disobedience: aid or hindrance to justice?6155ocn008172179book19820.28Coffin, William SloaneThe courage to loveSermons5078ocn000174426book19670.73Whittaker, Charles EvansLaw, order, and civil disobedience4132ocn011814597book19850.28Coffin, William SloaneLiving the truth in a world of illusionsSermons3973ocn027973601book19930.39Coffin, William SloaneA passion for the possible : a message to U.S. churches+-+93790791152211ocn057068825book20050.23Coffin, William SloaneLetters to a young doubterThe former minister addresses questions of the Christian faith in a collection of letters written to an imaginary college student+-+34747791151022ocn173683550book0.59Coffin, William SloaneThe collected sermons of William Sloane Coffin : the Riverside yearsSermons+-+7997879115312ocn060346537visu20040.33William Sloane Coffin an American prophetBiographyA retrospective of Rev. Coffin, a long-time social/political activist+-+0074779115291ocn002801717rcrd19720.56Coffin, William SloaneCivil disobedience, aid or hindrence to justice a rational debate202ocn009271658book19780.84Riverside Church (New York, N.Y.)The Riverside Church in the city of New York182ocn006777177score19200.63The coming of the Prince of peace : a nativity play of ancient Christmas carols122ocn005925500rcrd19690.81Patriots or traitors? Dr. Spock and Rev. Coffin discuss their "war" with the governmentDr. Benjamin Spock and Rev. William Sloan Coffin, Jr. discuss their belief that patriotism sometimes requires dissent111ocn054003564visu20000.66Great preachersCriticism, interpretation, etcTen famous contemporary English-speaking preachers deliver ten sermons and are interviewed by host Bill Turpie about their sermon and spiritual journey in preaching101ocn024584634rcrd19730.47Coffin, William SloaneFrom death to life91ocn007163824rcrd19800.47Coffin, William SloanePreaching in the eighties92ocn056394132visu20030.27Coffin, William Sloane"A lover's quarrel with America William Sloane CoffinInterviews"For half a century, The Rev. Dr. William Sloane Coffin has stood as a force for progressive religion in America and in the world. At this time when power tempts us to follow a foreign policy based on world domination, he speaks with the voice of the prophet as he calls us "to listen to our better angels"--Publisher's website81ocn026925479visu19900.56Solutions for the 21st centuryForecastsTakes a positive look at the potential to resolve the most critical global problems: nuclear war, environmental devestation, and poverty81ocn050641918visu20000.47Coffin, William SloaneWilliam Sloane CoffinPresents an actual sermon, prepared and delivered for this series, with an interview by host Bill Turpie, to explore the message and spiritual journey of preaching82ocn037500363rcrd19970.47Coffin, William SloaneA passion for the possible a message to U.S. churchesDr. William Sloane Coffin, retired pastor of Riverside Church in New York, gives an unabridged and expanded reading from his 1993 book by the same title about why U.S. churches should deal with abortion, racism, homophobia, racism, poverty, classism, the environment, and disarmament15715ocn239887283com20040.35Goldstein, WarrenWilliam Sloane Coffin, Jr. a holy impatienceBiographyA magnet for controversy, the media, and followers, the Rev. William Sloane Coffin was the premiere voice of northern religious liberalism for more than a quarter-century, and a worthy heir to the Rev. Martin Luther King. From his pulpits at Yale University and, later, New York City's Riverside Church, Coffin focused national attention on civil rights, the anti-Vietnam War movement, disarmament, and gay rights. This revealing biography - based on unparalleled access to family papers and candid interviews with Coffin, his colleagues, family, friends, lovers, and wives - tells for the first time the remarkable story of Coffin's life. An army and CIA veteran before assuming the post of Yale University chaplain at the youthful age of 33, Coffin gained notoriety as a leader of a dangerous civil rights Freedom Ride in 1961, as a defendant in the "Boston Five" trial of draft resisters in 1969, and as the preeminent voice of liberal religious dissent into the 1980s. This book encompasses Coffin's turbulent private life as well as his flamboyant, joyful public career, while dramatically illuminating the larger social movements that consumed his days and defined his times+-+16775655858452ocn003120733book19770.32Coffin, William SloaneOnce to every man : a memoirBiography6131ocn052623684book20040.24Coffin, William SloaneCredoQuotationsOffering inspiring words on issues ranging from charity and justice, politics, economic issues, the environment, nuclear disarmament, and mortality to the meaning of faith, the church, and a pastor's responsibility+-+9394779115165ocn005578388book19770.86Carl, William JOld Testament prophecy and the question of prophetic preaching : a perspective on ecclesiastical protest to the Vietnam War and the participation of William Sloane Coffin, Jr.HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc91ocn054940161visu20040.56NOW with Bill MoyersInterviews[Segment 1]: In an attempt to criminalize political dissent, FBI agents and local police have begun to go undercover to infiltrate and sometimes to attempt to incite peaceful protest groups to violence. [Segment 2]: The Rolling Thunder Down Home Democracy Tour, a series of one-day festivals aimed at igniting voters by putting the party back in politics. Prominent political-minded folks joined the tour, including filmmaker Michael Moore, Congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. and columnist Molly Ivins. [Segment 3]: Bill Moyers interviews Rev. William Sloane Coffin75ocn006949752book19730.95Heister, John WesleyThe thought of William Sloane Coffin, Jr. the correlation between spiritual and social revolution in our time51ocn082211627art20060.47The future of the prophetic voice : William Sloane Coffin, Jr. '56 BD (June 1, 1924-April 12, 2006) : a tributeBiography43ocn080057946book19680.97Coffin, William SloaneUnited States of America v. : William Sloane Coffin, Jr., Michael Ferber, Mitchell Goodman, Marcus Raskin, and Benjamin SpockTrials, litigation, etc42ocn056662978book20030.47Loy, Steven PaulFind something worth doing : the preaching of William Sloane Coffin, Jr., 1977-1987 : the hermeneutics of socially responsive homileticsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc33ocn454286968book19910.81Hambrick, MargaretThe language of peace : a Burkeian analysis of the peace rhetoric of William Sloane Coffin, Jr.31ocn040451190visu19950.47Modern American patriot William Sloane CoffinInterviewsThe former Pastor of Yale University and New York City's famous Riverside Church shares his vast experience as a soldier, a cleric, and a tireless advocate for peace and justice21ocn020239333visu19880.47Coffin, William SloaneWilliam Sloane CoffinWilliam Sloane Coffin gives his views on the importance of peace and the elimination of all discrimination22ocn229445692book20080.47Lang, John CWilliam Sloane Coffin, Jr. : preacher to America's conscienceBiography21ocn019390044rcrd19860.92Coffin, William SloaneWilliam Sloane Coffin, minister/peace activistInterviewsIn this interview, William Sloane Coffin, former chaplain at Yale University and now minister of Riverside Church in New York City, reflects on his role as peace activist and spiritual leader21ocn028414314mix0.92Clergy and Laity Concerned (U.S.)Records and correspondenceCorrespondence (1965-1978), scattered minutes, inter-office memoranda, CALC publications including leaflets, reports, reprints, serials, and posters, press releases, clippings, financial records, contributors' files, photos, and sound recordings; correspondence with, newsletters, and files from local CALC groups, particularly the Metropolitan Chicago Chapter (1969-1981); printed and mimeographed material from other organizations; correspondence, mss. of writings, photos, financial records, survey of readers, and subject files, of American Report (1970-1974), a newspaper published by CALC; correspondence, posters, sound recordings, video recordings, and other records, relating to Help Unsell the War, a mass media campaign promoted by CALC (1971-1972); and files documenting the joint CALC/AFSC campaign against the B-1 bomber (1974-1977). Correspondents include Barbara Armentrout, John C. Bennett, Richard M. Boardman, Balfour Brickner, Dorothy D. Bromley, John Pairman Brown, Robert M. Brown, William S. Coffin, Harvey G. Cox, Peter Davies, Richard R. Fernandez, Thomas L. Hayes, Abraham J. Heschel, David L. Hurwood, Robert S. Lecky, Robert Jay Lifton, Robert A. Maslow, Richard J. Neuhaus, Sidney M. Peck, Richard Van Voorhis, George W. Webber, Charles C. West, Herman Will, and Trudi Young11ocn057622268visu19920.47Coffin, William Sloane30 good minutesSermons11ocn276305665serial0.47Riversiders for Cooperation and Progress : [newsletter]Periodicals11ocn841411570visu20030.27Coffin, William Sloane"A lover's quarrel with America William Sloane CoffinInterviewsRev. Coffin, a long-time social/political activist, comments about the Iraq War, nuclear disarmament, and the present administration's stance concerning national security issues and America's foreign policy. He also defines good and bad patriotism. He avows that " ... what is unpatriotic is subservience." He also believes "The axis of evil is not Iran, Iraq and North Korea. A far more formidable trio would be environmental degradation, pandemic poverty, and a world awash with weapons."11ocn057233037visu1.00Witty, KenThornton Wilder Documentary Project interviewsInterviews13 videocassette recordings of interviews conducted by Ken Witty for the Thornton Wilder Documentary Project. Interviewees: Edward Albee, Sally Begley, Jackson Bryer, William Sloane Coffin, Mia Farrow, A.R. Gurney, Donald Haberman, Gilbert Harrison, Eliza Hobson, Jerome Kilty, Eileen LeGrand, Eileen and Julian LeGrand, Theodore Mann, Jim O'Neil, June and Leonard Trolley, Christopher Wheatley, and Tappan Wilder11ocn020314137mix1.00Robinson, James HPapersPresbyterian clergyman. Correspondence, chiefly relating to Operation Crossroads Africa, which Robinson founded, and his work as an adviser to the Peace Corps; sermons and speeches (1938-61) from Robinson's career as pastor, Church of the Master, New York, N.Y., and director of Morningside Community Center, New York, N.Y.; reports of the Church of the Master, Morningside Community Center, Church of the Covenant, Operation Crossroads Africa, Peace Corps, and U.S. State Dept.; and plaques, citations, awards, and photos. Correspondents include Eugene Carson Blake, Chester H. Bowles, Kyoji Buma, Lincoln Maynard Catchings, William Sloane Coffin, William O. Douglas, Dwight D, . Eisenhower, Harry Emerson Fosdick, Lyndon B. Johnson, Kenneth Kaunda, John F. Kennedy, Jomo Kenyatta, Thomas Patrick Melady, Bill Moyers, Richard M. Nixon, James A. Pike, Sargent Shriver, Carl Stokes, Percy Sutton, Jack Vaughn, Warren William Wiggins, and G. Mennen Williams+-+1304609235+-+1304609235Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch28608