Dictionary of Fundamental Theology

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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.
Reviews and endorsements

“Abundantly informative, thoroughly up to date, and useful to students as well as specialists.”
Nouvelle Revue Theologique

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“One cannot recommend it highly enough.”
-Etudes

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“A valuable addition to any theological library with ambitions. The editors and thirty-seven of the ninety-three contributors are associated with the Gregorian University in Rome, giving the volume a distinctly Catholic and, at times, Jesuit accent, but the reach is also ecumenical.”
First Things


“A very thorough and reliable reference work with more than 200 articles on themes such as apologetics, church, ecumenism, faith religion, revelation, scripture, tradition, and theological method. Nearly 100 scholars of fifteen nationalities have contributed. Useful and up-to-date bibliographies enhance the value of this collection, which speaks to many of the most vital questions in theology today.”
Avery Dulles, S.J.

9780824518349
Paperback / 1264 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9
HERDER & HERDER, 2000