The William H.K. Narum Manuscript Collection
|Creator:||Narum, William H. K., 1921-|
|Extent:||1 box (0.2 linear feet)|
|Repository:||Princeton Theological Seminary Libraries. Special Collections.|
|1921 August 22||Born, Fargo, North Dakota|
|1943||Graduated, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota|
|1943||Fulbright Scholar, Gottingen University, Germany|
|1943-1945||Student, Bachelor of Theology, Luther Theological Seminary, Minnesota|
|1945-1947||Student, Master of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1947-1949||Instructor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College|
|1951||Graduated, Doctor of Theology, Princeton Theological Seminary|
|1949-1951||Assistant professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College|
|1951-1957||Associate professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College|
|1957-1958||Visiting lecturer, School of Religion, University of Iowa|
|1957-1991||Professor, Philosophy and Religion, St. Olaf College|
|1963-1964||Visiting scholar, Oxford University, England|
|2000 May 23||Died, Northfield, Minnesota|
Scope and Content
This collection consists of two bound sets of lecture notes taken by William Narum while at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1945 to 1947.
This collection was donated to the Seminary Libraries by Dr. Narum in 1996. The collection was organized and the original finding aid was written in August of 1996, by Raymond D. Cannata, under the direction of William O. Harris, Archivist. The finding aid was edited by Sarah Seraphin and Daved Anthony Schmidt in June of 2009.
There are no special restrictions to the access of this collection. It may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections.
Use of Materials
The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The William H.K. Narum Manuscript Collection. Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.
|Notebook 1: Course Notes, 1945-1946|
|-Introduction to the Theology of Thomas Aquinas (Georges Barrois), Fall semester.|
|-The Theology of Crisis (Joseph Hromadka), Spring semester.|
|-The Christian Doctrine of Man (Hugh Kerr), Fall semester.|
|-The Christian Doctrine of Christ (Joseph Hromadka), Spring semester.|
|-Patristic Latin (Kenneth Gapp), Winter semester.|
|-Church and State (Joseph Hromadka), Winter semester.|
|-Comparative Christianity (Joseph Hromadka), Winter semester.|
|-Social Implications of Christian Ethics (Joseph Hromadka), Winter semester.|
|-Psychology of Christian Experience (John Kuizenga), Winter semester.|
|-The Parables of Jesus (Otto Piper), Spring semester.|
|Notebook 2: Course Notes, 1946-1947|
|-Exegesis of the Epistle to the Romans (Otto Piper), Fall semester.|
|-Contemporary Schools of Psychology and their Meaning for the Faith (John Kuizenga), Fall semester.|
|-Ancient and Medieval Doctrine Seminar (Joseph Hromadka), Fall semester.|
|-The Renaissance, the Reformation and the Counter Reformation, (Norman Hope), Winter semester. 1450-1688|
|-Theology from the Reformation to Kant Seminar (Hugh Kerr, Jr.), Fall Semester.|
|-Comparative Religion (Edward Jurji), Winter semester.|
|-Philosophy of Religion (Joseph Hromadka), Spring semester.|
|-The New Testament Interpretation of History (Otto Piper), Spring semester.|
|-Eschatology of the New Testament (Otto Piper), Winter-Spring semesters.|
|-Old Testament Theology (Henry Gehman), Winter-Spring semesters.|
|-Modern Philosophy, Descartes to Kant Seminar, (John Kuizenga).|
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