Donald Eric Capps

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Donald Eric Capps
Nacemento30 de xaneiro de 1939
 Omaha
Falecemento26 de agosto de 2015
 Trenton, Nova Jersey
Causaaccidente de tráfico
NacionalidadeEstados Unidos de América
RelixiónLuteranismo
Alma máterUniversidade de Chicago, Lewis & Clark College, University of Chicago Divinity School e Yale Divinity School
Ocupaciónprofesor e teólogo
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Donald Eric Capps, nado en Omaha o 30 de xaneiro de 1939, é un pastor luterano e teólogo estadounidense, antigo profesor de teoloxía pastoral no Seminario Teolóxico de Princeton.

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Capps estudou na Yale Divinity School e na Universidade de Chicago, onde realizou o doutoramento en 1970 cunha tese onde analizaba psico-historicamente a personalidade do teólogo inglés John Henry Newman, e particularmente as súas loitas vocacionais. Deu clases na Universidade de Chicago (1969-1974) e Universidade de Carolina do Norte (1974-1976), Universidade Phillips (1976-1981) e desde 1981 no Seminario Teolóxico de Princeton ata o seu retiro en 2009 pasando a ser profesor emérito[1]. Foi editor do Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion entre 1983 e 1988, e de 1990 a 1992 he foi presidente da Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. Desde 1972 é pastor da Igrexa Evanxélica Luterana en América. Coñecido polos seus estudos biográficos de persoeiros destacados da teoloxía analizados tendo en conta a psicoloxía dinámica e por avogar pola importancia da poesía, os referentes biográficos e o humor para o labor pastoral

Obra[editar | editar a fonte]

  • The Religious Personality, con Walter H. Capps. Belmont: Wadsworth. 1970.
  • Psychology of Religion: A Guide to Information Sources, con Lewis Rambo, Paul Ransohoff. Detroit: Gale Research. 1976. ISBN 0-8103-1356-1.
  • The Biographical Process: Essays in the History and Psychology of Religion, con Frank E. Reynolds. A Haia: Mouton. 1977. ISBN 90-279-7522-1.
  • Encounter with Erikson: Historical Interpretation and Religious Biography. Formative Contemporary Thinkers. 2, con Walter H. Capps, M. Gerald Bradford. Missoula: Scholars Press. 1977. ISBN 0-8913-0090-7.
  • Pastoral Care: A Thematic Approach. Philadelphia; Eugene: Westminster; Wipf & Stock. 1979. ISBN 0-664-24222-7.
  • Pastoral Counseling and Preaching: A Quest for an Integrated Ministry. Philadelphia; Eugene: Westminster; Wipf & Stock. 1980. ISBN 1-59244-297-8.
  • Biblical Approaches to Pastoral Counseling. Philadelphia; Eugene: Westminster; Wipf & Stock. 1981. ISBN 0-664-24388-6.
  • Life Cycle Theory and Pastoral Care. Minneapolis; Eugene: Fortress; Wipf & Stock. 1983. ISBN 1-59244-083-5.
  • Pastoral Care and Hermeneutics. Philadelphia: Fortress. 1984. ISBN 0-8006-1732-0.
  • Deadly Sins and Saving Virtues. Minneapolis; Eugene: Fortress; Wipf & Stock. 1987. ISBN 0-8006-1948-X.
  • Reframing: A New Method in Pastoral Care. Minneapolis: Fortress. 1990. ISBN 0-8006-2413-0.
  • The Depleted Self: Sin in a Narcissistic Age. Minneapolis: Fortress. 1992. ISBN 0-8006-2587-0.
  • The Poet's Gift: Toward the Renewal of Pastoral Care. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. 1993. ISBN 0-664-25403-9.
  • Agents of Hope: A Pastoral Psychology. Minneapolis; Eugene: Augsburg Fortress; Wipf & Stock. 1995. ISBN 1-57910-811-3.
  • The Child's Song: The Religious Abuse of Children. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. 1995. ISBN 0-664-25554-X.
  • Men, Religion, and Melancholia: James, Otto, Jung, Erikson. New Haven: Yale University. 1997. ISBN 0-300-06971-5.
  • Living Stories: Pastoral Counseling in Congregational Context. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress. 1998. ISBN 0-8006-3073-4.
  • Social Phobia: Alleviating Anxiety in an Age of Self-promotion. St. Louis; Eugene: Chalice; Wipf & Stock. 1999. ISBN 0-8272-3440-6.
  • Jesus: A Psychological Biography. St. Louis; Eugene: Chalice; Wipf & Stock. 2000. ISBN 0-8272-1713-7.
  • Giving Counsel: A Minister's Guidebook. St. Louis: Chalice. 2001. ISBN 08272124X.
  • The Pastoral Care Case: Learning About Care in Congregations, con Gene Fowler. St. Louis; Eugene: Chalice; Wipf & Stock. 2001. ISBN 0-8272-2964-X.
  • Men and Their Religion: Honor, Hope, and Humor. Harrisburg: Trinity International. 2002. ISBN 1-56338-383-7.
  • Fragile Connections: Memoirs of Mental Illness for Pastoral Care Professionals. St. Louis: Chalice. 2005. ISBN 0-8272-2331-5.
  • A Time to Laugh: The Religion of Humor. New York: Continuum. 2005. ISBN 0-8264-1641-1.
  • Young Clergy: A Biographical-Developmental Study. New York: Haworth. 2005. ISBN 0-7890-2670-8.
  • Losers, Loners, and Rebels: The Spiritual Struggles of Boys, con Robert C. Dykstra e Allan Hugh Cole, Jr.. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. 2007. ISBN 978-0-664-22961-0.
  • The Decades of Life: A Guide to Human Development. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. 2008. ISBN 978-0-664-23241-2.
  • Jesus: The Village Psychiatrist. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox. 2008. ISBN 978-0-664-23240-5.
  • Laughter Ever After...Ministry of Good Humor. St. Louis: Chalice. 2008. ISBN 978-0-8272-2141-3.
  • You've Got to Be Kidding!: How Jokes Can Help You Think, con John M. Capps. Hoboken: John Wiley-Blackwell. 2009. ISBN 978-1-4051-9664-2.
  • Living in Limbo: Life in the Midst of Uncertainty, con Nathan Carlin. Eugene: Wipf & Stock. 2010. ISBN 978-1-60899-522-6.
  • Understanding Psychosis: Issues and Challenges for Sufferers, Families, and Friends. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. 2010. ISBN 978-1-4422-0592-5.
  • Striking Out: The Religious Journey of Teenage Boys. Eugene: Cascade. 2011. ISBN 978-1-61097-300-7.

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  1. "Professors Emeriti". Princeton Theological Seminary. Arquivado dende o orixinal o 16 de maio de 2010. Consultado o 2 de xuño de 2012.