History

Front Cover for the Dictionary of the Reformation

This second installment of the Encyclopedia of Theology and Church covers every important aspect of the Reformation, including the major Protestant branches, developments in England, and the causes of the counter-Reformation in the Catholic Church. Entries include biographies, theological issues, and historical sketches.

Front Cover for Dictionary of Popes and the Papacy

This first installment of the Encyclopedia of Theology and Church is the definitive one-volume reference on popes, the papacy, and the Vatican. Part one covers every pope and antipope; part two discusses the institutions of the Vatican and the papacy.

Front Cover of Dictionary of Fundamental Theology

This first-ever Dictionary of Fundamental Theology addresses the following concerns:

  • Christian revelation;
  • its credibility;
  • the response of faith;
  • relations with other Christian communities;
  • and the relationship of Christian revelation to history, philosophy, the sciences, culture, and language.
Front Cover for Dante Alighieri

A careful, reader-friendly exploration of The Divine Comedy as well as a fine biographical portrayal of Dante—the man, writer, and spiritual lover extraordinaire. Royal reveals how the psychological reality of Dante’s story unfolds within the context of God’s universe.

Front Cover for A Crisis of Saints

EWTN host Fr. George Rutler exposes the spiritual decline of society today, revealing how moral weakness pervades both secular and religious worlds and how the practice of heroic virtues can offer the strength our times desperately need.

Front Cover for The Councils of the Church

The editor of the magisterial Decrees of the Ecumenical Councils covers the history of conciliar teaching, from the early and medieval councils to the Second Vatican Council, showing their abiding importance in the life of the church.

Front Cover for Coincidentally

George Rutler—EWTN speaker, Crisis magazine columnist, and reigning Catholic wit—offers his humorous and contrarian reflections on the coincidental links that connect the most far-flung parts of the world.

Front Cover of Christianity's Dangerous Memory

This book offers a bold re-reading of the life of Jesus as “Christ liberator,” the ultimate rebel against unjust and confining social systems and self-serving doctrines. Follow Jesus’ “dangerous” example, the author suggests, to live more richly and truthfully.

Front Cover for Christian Spirituality Vol III

This volume of the World Spirituality series—a broad-ranging, illustrated, and scholarly treatment of core topics in Christian spirituality—focuses on the development of Christianity in the period after the Reformation.

Front Cover for Christian Spirituality: Origins to the Twelfth Century

Essays in this volume discuss the early history of the church, gnostic spirituality, monasticism, the great fathers, soteriology, the Trinity, anthropology, grace, Christian art, the sacraments, prayer, and spiritual guidance.

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