Richardson, Herbert W.
Over the past forty years, Professor Herbert Richardson has worked with over 5,000 scholars in preparing their books and articles for publication. His primary interest has always been how to help professors develop their scholarly and pedagogical careers. Professor Richardson received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and is the author or translator of over 20 books.2018 1-4955-0698-3
The author describes his four years studying for the ministry at the Boston University School of Theology. He analyzes the curriculum, the practical training, the relations between faculty and students, and explains how it transformed him and prepared him to function effectively as a Christian minister.1974 0-88946-997-61974 0-88946-000-0
Draws together three works which illustrate Anselm's distinctive contributions to 11th-century philosophy and theology.
"These translations . . . are on the whole clear, intelligible, and sufficiently faithful to the original Latin. Considering how dense and compressed Anselm's Latin is, that is no mean achievement." - Theology
"The editors claim with justice that the examples of Anselm's work presented here provide a most striking instance of the mediaeval world's desire to combine the spiritual and rational elements of human nature in a synthesis which does violence to neither." - Church Times
"[T]he editors . . . are providing a valuable service in providing a translation from the modern critical edition of the text." - Expository Times
"The editors have shown scholarship of the highest order both in the rendering itself, and the critical notes." - The Universe
"a clear, scholarly, and readily available English version of [Anselm's] major writings" - The Tablet1976 0-88946-250-X1976 0-88946-350-61976 0-88946-551-7
For the advanced scholar. Seeks to illustrate the difficulty of grasping some of Anselm's ideas by showing how his simple language is not always clear and how some of his clear ideas are not always simple.2016 0-88946-844-31989 0-88946-873-7
A compendium of amicus briefs (the largest number ever presented to the Supreme Court) for the use of scholars in this field.2016 2016 1-4955-0498-0
This book, not an original work of the author but a graduate school project, collects essays that apply Calvinist political theology to a wide range of social issues. Calvinism’s impact upon society is so great that it has frequently been accused of being the cause of all the problems of modernity: the destruction of organic community, the domination of technology, the universalization of rationality, and a cost-benefit economic approach to all problems in life.2016 1-63313-003-7
This book is a collection of letters, individual cases, informal meditations, and academic essays written over the past twenty-five years on the author's reflections on reincarnation and the conditions necessary for experiencing it. It argues that reincarnation requires an expansion of human consciousness to something greater than what is regarded as normal today.1991 0-88946-358-1
Four essays on Schleiermacher and the University of Berlin: "Neohumanist-Idealistic Concepts of a University: Schelling, Steffens, Fichte, Schleiermacher, and von Humboldt" by Edwina Lawler, "Schleiermacher on the Scientific Study of Religion" by Terrence N. Tice, "Promises of Positive Plurality: How Comparative Religion Could Have Been Studied in Schleiermacher's University of Berlin" by Joseph W. Pickle, and "What Hath Vienna To Do With Jerusalem? - Musical Experience and Religious Experience" by Albert L. Blackwell.2006 0-7734-5674-0
This book gives administrators at non-research oriented colleges and universities practical advice on how to help their faculty undertake scholarly research with the limitations of their local resources. It argues that such research has three values: 1) the faculty continue to grow intellectually; 2) they become better teachers; and 3) research publications contribute to the university’s academic image.
This monograph is a reflective journey about life and death by the Harvard and University of Toronto Professor, Herbert Richardson. Richardson explores the hardship of life and the spiritual suffering of a Christian trying to follow in the path of Jesus by contextualizing these ideas via the stages of life one passes through. By suffering like Christ, individuals are able to construct for themselves a life and a death that holds meaning because of what they did while on earth.2017 1-4955-0338-0
The goal of this book is to offer editorial suggestions that will help scholars prepare manuscripts for both peer review and publication. It proposes some issues authors should consider as they engage in the self-critical questionings that are crucial to their revising the text of their manuscripts.2017 1-4955-0384-4
The goal of this book is to offer editorial suggestions that will help scholars prepare manuscripts for both peer review and publication. It proposes some issues authors should consider as they engage in the self-critical questionings that are crucial to their revising the text of their manuscripts.2018 1-4955-0692-5
This work is a comparison of the theology of Jonathan Edwards, Puritan Preacher, and his conception and view of God with the great philosophical minds of his time: Locke, Newton, Hutcheson, and Shaftesbury. It seeks to create a philosophical route into the core of Jonathan Edward's Calvinism.2016 1-63313-004-5
This study describes how Jonathan Edwards created many of the ideas and social institutions that have shaped America. The astonishing thing about Jonathan Edwards is the remarkable way that his thinking and his ideas have permeated virtually all American intellectual and political life.2017 978-1-4955-0531-6
This study describes how Jonathan Edwards created many of the ideas and social institutions that have shaped America. The astonishing thing about Jonathan Edwards is the remarkable way that his thinking and his ideas have permeated virtually all American intellectual and political life. 2016 1-4955-0503-0
A study into Edwards’ thought through the developmental stages of his life: conflicts with his father, creation of a new identity for himself at middle age, and his old age radicalization. All these dimensions of his life affected his theological perspective.2016 1-4955-0503-0
This book is the first attempt to understand Edwards’ thought through the developmental stages of his life: his conflict with his father figure, his creation of a new identity for himself at middle age, and his old age radicalization. This is the first book written on the historical development
of Edwards’ thought.1988 0-88946-910-5
Presents a series of essays and legislative documents dealing with a variety of cults, and the discrimination against them.1992 0-88946-445-6
Papers presented at the 1988 Wagner conference in Seattle exploring this opera cycle as music, myth, theater art, and literature, including comparisons with T. S. Eliot's The Wasteland and with James Joyce's Finnegan's Wake.1971 0-88946-950-4
An explication of the way the development of modern liberated American sexual attitudes may be ultimately traced to the democratizing influences of Puritanism, which is usually cited as a repressive social force.1987 0-88946-717-X
Addresses topics such as: Commodifying Motherhood; Motherhood as a Social Concept; and Bonding As A Sexist Notion.
Psychology of Mystical Christianity: A Christian Explanation of Reincarnation, Mystical Marriage, the Vision of God, Angels, Voices, Dreams, Communicating with the Dead, the Indwelling Christ, Martyrdom, Demonic Possession, and Other Unusual Experience2015 1-4955-0414-X
This book is written for clergy who are approached by people asking questions about unusual spiritual experiences. Rather than being dismissive to those claiming they have lived previous lives or heard voices or who see the providence of God, this study attempts to enlighten clergy as to the possible ways to frame explanations regarding these spiritual experiences in a way that can avoid damaging the inquiring person’s faith.1991 0-7734-9765-X
A workbook for spiritual autobiography.1978 0-88946-954-7
Series of articles which place the Unification Church in the context of church history, sociology, and theology.1967 0-88946-028-0
This book grows out of the conviction that the coming epoch of history will be dominated by American social techniques that are creating a new unit of reality: the man-and -machine. Protestantism alone will not be able to form this new epoch. Instead, a new ecumenical theology is needed that will develop concepts and methods appropriate to its problems. The essays discuss a wide range of historical, philosophical, and doctrinal problems and proposes constructive solutions. In each case the author accepts the criticism of the new radical theology, but goes beyond it and draws upon the Christian tradition in order to arrive at a new alternative.1991 0-7734-9218-6
Essays include: The Sociotechnic Age; What Makes a Society Political?; Civil Religion in a Theological Perspective; Martin Luther King: Unsung Theologian; What is the Value of Life?; God is the Creator of Human Life: A Calvinist Defense of Surrogate Motherhood; Freedom and the Will; A Philosophy of Unity; and Three Myths of Transcendence. Includes an introduction which sets out, in concentrated form, some key theological issues in a Calvinist social theory and establishes the overall perspective within which the following essays are to be interpreted.2016 1-4955-0494-8
This study is the author's process of separating his thinking about the world from a purely philosophical mindset to a worldview that is influenced heavily by a Calvinistic way of perceiving the world.2016 1-4955-0507-32016 1-4955-0571-52017 1-4955-0554-5
The purpose of this study is to present and explain texts in the Constitution of the United States that discuss ownership and proper use of Arms. These texts make clear the following: 1) The Constitution reserves the right to own, to keep and bear Arms to members of the military, the militia, and the police, 2) Individuals not employed in the Service of State, not trained in the use of Arms to members of the military, the Militia, and the police, 3) The Constitution specifically states that private citizens, as such, have no right, keep, or use Arms, 4) In the Constitution, the keeping of Arms is reserved to members of the army, navy, Militia, and police because the purpose for owning and using Arms is “to insure domestic tranquility [and] provide for common Defense.