Saint Mary's Press Glossary of Theological Terms
Provides a simple and easy-to-understand definition of words.
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This glossary is the ideal resource for college instructors faced with introducing undergraduate students to Roman Catholic theology--and a highly useful companion for students who find introductory theology and religious studies confusing and challenging--and it is the logical first step toward Catholic theological literacy.
Here students get beginning definitions or working explanations that serve as the basis for helping them become involved in genuine theological dialogue, discussion, and discovery. The perfect supplement or companion for many different introductory theology and religious studies courses, the glossary is:
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