Subject: [PKD] TTOTA: Ch 3-4
Date: Wed, 29 May 2002 13:21:44 -0500
From: "Patrick Clark" 

Andre asked if Jim Pike had written about his experiences with the paranormal.  Indeed he did.  The citation is below as well as one for a second book that is probably relevant to the Timothy Archer discussion.  I have read neither but I bet Phil read both.  Pike wrote a great number of works, about half seem to be on legal matters, the others either on theology or pastoral issues.



Title:          The other side; an account of my experiences with psychic phenomena
Author(s):      Pike, James A. 1913-1969.  (James Albert),
Publication:    Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
Edition:        [1st ed.]
Year:           1968
Description:    x, 398 p. 
Descriptor:       Spiritualism.
Material Type:  Biography 


Title:          The wilderness revolt; a new view of the life and death of Jesus
                   based on ideas and notes of the late Bishop James A. Pike
Author(s):   Pike, Diane Kennedy. ; Kennedy, R. Scott, ; joint
                    author.; Pike, James A.; 1913-1969. ; (James Albert),
Publication:    Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday,
Edition:        [1st ed.]
Year:           1972
Description:    xxxiii, 385 p.
Descriptor:     Qumran community.
Named Person:   Jesus Christ -- Person and offices.
Note(s):        "Quotations from Bishop James A. Pike ... are excerpted
                      and edited from transcripts of a seminar on Christian Origins 
                      given in May of 1969 for the Esalen Institute in San Francisco

-----Original Message-----

It's a pity that you cannot even find anything on him in the Grace Cathedral
book shop! The lady there told me: "Oh, yes, Bishop Pike, we're getting
requests all the time, but, I don't know, maybe they're out of print...".
Can somebody name the most valuable accounts of his life and times? Did he
himself really publish an account of contacting his dead son like Tim Archer
does (if memory serves)? --- Bay Area Crusader Andre