An interview from OnBeing that explores the ideas and present-day relevance of 20th century theologian Reinhold Niebuhr, an influential, boundary-crossing voice in American public life. Exploring his wide appeal, three distinctive voices describe Niebuhr’
In 1948, Time magazine profiled Reinhold Niebuhr's "Faith for a Lenten Age."
On Being's collection of images, audio, and links about "the supreme American theologian
The brothers created an intellectual legacy that their family members sustain to this day.
Many more Niebuhr materials can be found on the Web. Here are a few places to look.
An extensive online collection of writings by and about H. Richard Niebuhr from centropian.com.
A gallery of Reinhold Niebuhr's sermons, along with discussions of his life and work.
The Pulitzer-winning historian was greatly influenced by Niebuhr and later became his champion.
The 44th President calls Reinhold Niebuhr one of his "favorite philosophers."
Many who have never heard Reinhold Niebuhr's name know by heart the prayer ascribed to him.
Mike Wallace conducts a rare TV interview with Reinhold Niebuhr, broadcast April 27, 1958 on ABC.
Reinhold Niebuhr has often served as a starting point for the columnist's commentary.
Explore works by and about Reinhold and H. Richard Niebuhr, with links to online catalogs.