Richard L. Phillips (editor) with Contributors
Harvey Henry Potthoff (1911-2002) was born in Minnesota and came west to Denver in 1932 to study at Iliff School of Theology. He was pastor at Christ Church and part-time instructor at Iliff for 16 years before becoming professor of theology at Iliff in 1952. After retiring in 1981, Dr. Potthoff went on to spend 11 years as professor of theology at Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln.
As pastor, teacher, and process theologian, Harvey Potthoff educated, mentored, and nurtured the spiritual lives of generations who knew him.
Richard L. Phillips, former Dean of Hendricks Chapel at Syracuse University and a student of Potthoff at Iliff, provides a comprehensive review of Potthoff's life and theology. Dr. Phillips has included contributions from several Potthoff associates including David Conner, Richard Peck, David Peabody, Tom Wolf, Alton Templin, and Charles Millilgan. The book also contains reflections and tributes from many colleagues, parishioners, and students.
The publication was co-sponsored by Iliff School of Theology and Nebraska Wesleyan University.
624 pages; illustrated
Trim: 6.0" by 9.0"
Publication date: 2013
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