EVERETT, WILLIAM JOHNSON
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 263
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CITATION: William Johnson Everett Publications, MSS 263, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
William Johnson Everett was born on November 18, 1940 in Washington, D.C.
He received his B.A. from Wesleyan University in 1962 and a B.D. from Yale
Divinity School in 1965. He completed his academic education at Harvard
University where he received his Ph.D. in 1970. From 1969 to 1984, Everett
was a professor of theology and social science at St. Francis Seminary.
From 1985 to 1995, he was professor of ethics and ecclesiology at Candler
School of Theology. Everett moved to Andover Newton School of Theology
in 1995 where he was the professor of Christian social ethics until his retirement
in 2001. Everett’s foci of study throughout his life has been religion,
society, ethics, and ecclesiology.
This collection consists of publications written by Everett between 1966
and 1987 primarily regarding ethics and ecclesiology. Most of the publications
are articles, although there is one book which was jointly written with the
Lutheran World Federation. Also included in the collection is a list
of Everett’s publications.
Box/Folder Description Date
1/1 Articles 1966
1/2 Articles 1972
1/3 Articles 1973
1/4 Articles 1974
1/5 Articles 1975
1/6 Articles 1977
1/7 Articles 1979
1/8 Articles 1980
1/9 Articles 1981
1/10 Articles 1982
1/11 Articles 1984
1/12 Articles 1986
1/13 Articles 1987
1/14 Book 1977
1/15 Bibliography n.d.