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  1. Langdon Gilkey (forthcoming). The Christian Understanding of Suffering. Buddhist-Christian Studies.
     
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  2. H. Paul Santmire, Langdon Gilkey & Mark William Worthing (forthcoming). Philip Hefner 0-8006-2579-X Paper $18.00 ($24.50 Canada) the Travail of Nature the Ambiguous Ecological Promise of Christian Theology. [REVIEW] Zygon.
     
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  3. Joe Bessler-Northcutt & Langdon Gilkey (2007). Langdon Talking: A Conversation with Langdon Gilkey About the Writing of "Shantung Compound". American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 28 (1):36 - 63.
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  4. Langdon Gilkey (2007). Appendix: Journal Excerpts. American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 28 (1):57-63.
     
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  5. Langdon Gilkey (2007). The Political Meaning of Silence. American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 28 (1):20 - 35.
    Gilkey's paper had two parts. Part I, Analysis and Theses, is reproduced here only slightly altered. Part II, Narrative, though extremely rich and moving, is heavily summarized. Then his concluding remarks are presented practically in the precise form in which he presented them.
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  6. Langdon Gilkey (2003). Problems and Possibilities of Theological Models: Responding to David Klemm and William Klink. Zygon 38 (3):529-534.
    This essay is a response to the proposals of David Klemm and William Klink concerning the construction and testing of theological models. A number of issues are raised for critical attention. The exclusive attention to Christian theology, with no discussion of other religions, poses some significant problems, not the least of which is that cognitive claims of religious thinking are not universal but rather are defined by the particularities of the religious context in which they are made. Although the authors (...)
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  7. Langdon Gilkey, Mark L. Kleinman, Colm Mckeogh & Heather A. Warren (2003). A Theological Study. Journal of Religious Ethics 31 (3):487-505.
    Recent studies of Reinhold Niebuhr's life and work demonstrate his continued importance in theology, ethics, and political thought. Historical studies by Heather Warren, Mark Kleinman, and Normunds Kamergrauzis provide new assessments of Niebuhr's role as a political and religious leader in his own time and trace the consequences of the movements in which he participated. They also show us more clearly how his work was connected to the ideas and programs of his contemporaries. Colm McKeogh offers a more systematic treatment (...)
     
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  8. Langdon Gilkey (2002). Blue Twilight: Nature, Creationism, and American Religion. American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 23 (1):99-104.
     
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  9. Langdon Gilkey (1999). Gregersen's Vision of a Theonomous Universe. Zygon 34 (1):111-115.
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  10. Langdon Gilkey (1995). Evolution, Culture, and Sin: Responding to Philip Hefner's Proposal. Zygon 30 (2):293-308.
  11. Langdon Gilkey (1994). Nature as the Image of God: Reflections on the Signs of the Sacred. Zygon 29 (4):489-505.
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  12. Jerome A. Stone & Langdon Gilkey (1994). The Minimalist Vision of Transcendence: A Naturalist Philosophy of Religion. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 35 (3):188-190.
     
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  13. Langdon Gilkey (1993). Response to Stone's "the Viability of Religious Naturalism". American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 14 (1):43 - 50.
  14. Langdon Gilkey & Jeff B. Pool (1993). Through the Tempest: Theological Voyages in a Pluralistic Culture. American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 14 (1):97-100.
     
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  15. Langdon Gilkey (1989). Nature, Reality, and the Sacred: A Meditation in Science and Religion. Zygon 24 (3):283-298.
    . Many scientists now recognize the participation of the knower in the known. Not many admit, however, that scientists rely upon intuitions about reality commonly attributed to philosophy and religion: that sensory experience relates us to an order in nature congruent with our minds and of value congruent with our fulfilled being. Nature has disclosed itself to scientists—albeit fragmentarily—as power, life, order, and unity or meaning. In science these remain limit questions, raised but unanswered. In the unity of these qualities, (...)
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  16. Langdon Gilkey (1988). Reply From the Author. Biology and Philosophy 3 (4):485-495.
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  17. Langdon Gilkey (1987). Religion and Science in an Advanced Scientific Culture. Zygon 22 (2):165-178.
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  18. Langdon Gilkey (1975). Robert L. Heilbroner's Vision of History. Zygon 10 (3):215-233.
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  19. Langdon Gilkey (1961). Cosmology, Ontology, and the Travail of Biblical Language. In Owen C. Thomas (ed.), God’s Activity in the World: The Contemporary Problem. Scholars Press 194-205.
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