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Series 3
Radical Theology, 1960-1983, undated
Box 4

Scope and Content Note

Files related to Mallard’s engagement with radical theology, particularly the “God is dead” theology of Emory Department of Religion professor Thomas J.J. Altizer, who rose to national prominence in 1967 after being featured in a Time cover story. This series includes correspondence between Altizer and Mallard; correspondence received by Mallard after a letter he wrote in support of Altizer was published by Time; copies of papers and other writings by Candler School of Theology faculty; and news clippings on Altizer and radical theology.

Arrangement Note

Arranged alphabetically.

Box Folder Content
4 1 Altizer, Thomas J.J., Correspondence, 1966-1976
4 2 Altizer, Thomas J.J., Writings about, 1967, undated
4 3-4 Altizer, Thomas J.J., Writings by, 1960-1972
4 5-6 Altizer, Thomas J.J., Writings by and about, 1960-1970, 1983, undated
4 7 Boers, Hendrikus, Correspondence to and from, 1966-1969
4 8-11 Boers, Hendrikus, Writings by, 1967-1982, undated
4 12 Clippings, 1965-1966
4 13-14 Hoffman, Manfred, Writings by, 1970-1982
4 15 Holifield, E. Brooks, Writings by, 1976-1984, undated
4 16-17 Jennings, Ted, Correspondence and Writings, 1976-1991, undated
4 18 Laney, James T., Writings by, 1969, 1975
4 19 Leclerc, I., Writings by, circa 1964-1965
4 20-21 Lowe, Walt, 1974-1982, undated
4 22 May, James W., 1972
4 23 Notes on Altizer and Radical Theology, undated
4 24 Radical Theology Conference, University of Michigan, 1966
4 25 Radical Theology Correspondence, 1966-1968
4 26 Review of Altizer’s Book and Related Correspondence, 1966
4 27 “Theology and the Death of God: A Dialogue with Thomas J.J. Altizer,” Papers, 1966
4 28 Time Magazine, Letter by Mallard re: Altizer, Correspondence, 1965
4 29 Writings by Other Candler Faculty, undated
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