Audio Archive

Capps, Walter

Walter Capps was a Professor of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara for over 30 years. He later was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Walter was an anti-war activist during the 1960s and became known for his book "Religious Studies: The Making of a Discipline".
He passed away in 1997 of a heart attack. The University of California has honored him with the Walter Capps Center for Study of Ethics, Religion and Public Life at its Santa Barbara campus.

Recordings

Monks & Mystics

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1976

Action & Contemplation

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1976

Thomas Merton

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1976

Modes of Salvation

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1976

Second Revolution

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1976

Contemporary Religious Ferment: Part 1 – Survey of Recent Trends

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1978

Contemporary Religious Ferment: Part 2 – The Monastic Worldview (1)

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1978

Contemporary Religious Ferment: Part 3 – The Monastic Worldview (2)

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1978

Contemporary Religious Ferment: Part 4 – Prospects for the Future

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1978

Saint Augustine

Presenter: Capps, Walter / 1978

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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