An Introductory Dictionary of Theology and Religious Studies (Google eBook)
Orlando O. Espín, James B. Nickoloff
Liturgical Press, 2007 - Religion - 1521 pages
Spanning the gamut from "Aaron" to "Zwingli," this dictionary includes nearly 3,000 entries written by about sixty authors, all of whom are specialists in their various theological and religious disciplines. The editors have designed the dictionary especially to aid the introductory-level student with instant access to definitions of terms likely to be encountered in, but not to substitute for, classroom presentations or reading assignments. - Publisher.
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