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Dr. King records a quote from Psalms 41:1 and connects the passage to social ethics.
Dr. King references Dewey and his view of evil.
Dr. King notes Henry Nelson Wieman's ideas on how man comes to know God.
In this series of ten notecards, Dr. King breaks down the Book of Jeremiah into mutiple sections, including chapters and versus regarding Good, knowledge, sin, and forgiveness.
Dr. King reveals the definition of a dictator according to Plato.
Dr. King references Voltaire and his views regarding the impact of the style in which one chooses to express himself.
Dr. King writes his thoughts on man.
Dr. King cites the reference in Isaiah 6:2 to a seraphim, likely "a winged human figure."
Dr. King describes the power of God.
Dr. King records a definition of Christianity. He defines Christianity as the belief in the "potential good in human nature."
Dr. King outlines the life and ideologies of Friedrich Schleiermacher.
Dr. King references Karl Barth's "The Doctrine of the Word of God."
Dr. King writes about the book of Obadiah and knowledge.
Dr. King agrees with Justin Martyr on faith and rationality.
Dr. King quotes Henry Nelson Wieman's article "How Do We Know God?" from the Journal of Religion.
Dr. King quotes James Bissett Pratt's "The Religious Consciousness: A Psychological Study."
Dr. King questions whether the statement in Proverbs 11:23 that the righteous are rewarded with goodness and the wicked wrath is always true.
Dr. King quotes Borden Parker Bowne. The first name Gordon on the note card is incorrect.
Dr. King records Friedrich Schleiermacher’s views on original sin.
Dr. King quotes Reinhold Niebuhr’s “The Nature and Destiny of Man.”
Dr. King cites a quote by philosopher Schleiermacher regarding "the God-consciousness."
Dr. King records a portion of Carl Jung's argument that God is a function of the unconscious.
Dr. King records a quote from religious philosopher Henry Nelson Wieman's book, "The Source of Human Good" on the impossibility of knowing final outcomes.
Dr. King references the book of Job by discussing the immense and power of God.
Dr. King references author Emil Carl Wilm's publication, "The Problem of Religion."
Dr. King defines latitudinarianism, a term "applied to a liberal opinion which allows the diversity of opinion."
Dr. King records a quote of Albrecht Ritschl regarding Christology.
Dr. King references the Book of Amos regarding the ethics of God. According to the scriptures God is just and fair and demands "justice and sacrifice."
Dr. King quotes James Ward's "The Realm of Ends."
Dr. King records a note on the Bok of Job, chapter 1, verses 11 and 12.
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