Nebraska Authors

R. Benjamin Garrison

Born 1926-02-26

Died 2002-02-24
Lincoln, NE (USA)

Buried
Lincoln, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Madison, NJ
Illinois
Indiana
Lincoln, NE
Lexington, NE
Seward, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Religious Counseling

Occupation

United Methodist Minister
University Professor
Trustee, Drew University, Madison, NJ
Author

Places Worked

Minister of churches in Indiana, Illinois, and New Jersey
Drew University, Madison, NJ
University of Illinois, Urbana, IL
St. Paul United Methodist Church, Lincoln, NE
Lincoln First United Methodist Church, Lexington, NE
Seward United Methodist Church, Seward, NE

Associations

Former Chair, Nebraska Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Past President, Urbana Illinois School Board
Member, Commission on the Status and Role of Women

Bibliography

Portrait of the Church: Warts and All. 1964.
Creeds in Collision. 1967.
The Sacraments: An Experiment in Ecumenical Honesty. 1969 (with Ernest Fiedler)
Worldly Holiness. 1971.
Seven Questions Jesus Asked. 1975.

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