Lecture on Death of God #1
1 hour 7 minutes
Thomas J. J. Altizer, a radical theologian who incorporated Nietzschean philosophy into his work, taught the Bible and religion at Emory University from 1956 to 1968. His views were featured in a 1966 Time magazine article, "Is God Dead?" Dr. Altizer spoke in the North Lounge of College Center at Portland State University and was introduced by Professor of History Michael Reardon.
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Religion -- History, Philosophy
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Altizer, Thomas J.J., ""Historical Roots of the Death of God"" (1968). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 57.