In conjunction with the Tercentenary Celebration of the missions and explorations of Jacques Marquette, S.J., the University's namesake, the Marquette University Theology Department launched a series of annual public lectures by distinguished theologians under the title of The Pere Marquette Theology Lectures.
The 1972 lecture was delivered in the auditorium of the Marquette University High School on the afternoon of Sunday, April 16th, by George A. Lindbeck, Professor of Theology at Yale University.
George A. Lindbeck was born in Loyang, Honan, China on March 10, 1923. He received the B.A. from Gustavus Adolphus College (St. Peter, Minn.) in 1943, the B.D. from Yale University in 1946, and the Ph.D., also from Yale University, in 1955. In addition, he has received the . . .
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