Theology for Beginners

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A&C Black, Jan 1, 1958 - Religion - 241 pages
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In Theology For Beginners the late Frank Sheed conveys all his own excitement about theology, and shows us how to pass that excitement on to others. His book is now established throughout the English-speaking world as one of the outstanding modern introductions to theology for the layman.
 

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User Review  - Joan Ckordova - Christianbook.com

One of the very best books not only for every Catholic striving to learn more about his/her faith, but an amazing source of clear, logical information for those of any faith seeking God and truth. Read full review

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This book has always been one of my favorite. This would be a great book to be taught in the higher grades for religious schools. We used it as part of our homeschooling curriculum for our kids. Also would be great for a study as a group.

Contents

WHY STUDY THEOLOGY?
9
THE INFINITE SPIRIT
22
THE BLESSED TRINITY
29
THE THREE PERSONS
36
THE HUMAN MIND AND THE DOCTRINE
46
CREATION
53
THE NATURE OF MAN
63
THE SUPERNATURAL LIFE
70
REDEMPTION
105
THE VISIBLE CHURCH
113
THE MYSTICAL BODY OF CHRIST
127
GRACE VIRTUES GIFTS
139
THE SACRAMENTS
147
EUCHARIST AND MASS
158
THE NEXT LIFE
168
THE END OF THE WORLD
179

THE FALL
80
THE REDEEMER
90

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