A Concise Dictionary of Theology

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A&C Black, 2003 - Religion - 304 pages
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This is an excellent reference tool, offering explanations of over 1000 words and phrases dating from early Christianity. An ecumenical Christian work, sensitive to Judaism, Islam, and Eastern religions with up-to-date explanations and references to reflect the latest research, an index of names and a stronger emphasis on ecumenical issues and Eastern Christianity.
  

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A concise dictionary of theology

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This second edition of the favorably reviewed 1990 work of the same title (LJ 5/1/91) remains much the same, with only the addition of some 50 new entries, corrections, expansions, and an index of ... Read full review

A concise dictionary of theology

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Compiled by two Jesuit theologians, this dictionary defines more than 1200 theological terms with entries ranging in size from single sentences to 500-word essays. Construing "theology'' very broadly ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
23
Section 3
59
Section 4
95
Section 5
100
Section 6
133
Section 7
170
Section 8
218
Section 9
220
Section 10
231
Section 11
288
Section 12
291
Section 13
292
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About the author (2003)

A world-renowned expert on Eastern Christianity, Edward Farrugia, SJ, is the former dean of the Pontifical Oriental Institute (Rome).

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