Nebraska Authors

Robert Harlen King

Born 1935 McCook, NE (USA)

Places Lived


Author Of

  • Nonfiction




BA, 1957, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
BD, 1960, Yale University, New Haven CT
PhD, 1965, Yale University, New Haven, CT


Professor of Religion

Places Worked

Yale University
DuPauw University


National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship


American Associations of University Professors
Society for Religion Higher Education


The Meaning of God. 1973.

Works featured in:
Christian Century
Journal of Religion
Religious Studies
Theology Today

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