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by Joseph A.; Collins Mary; Lane Dermot A. Komonchak

Author: Joseph A.; Collins Mary; Lane Dermot A. Komonchak
Language: English
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan (1987)
Pages: 1124 pages
Category: Reference
Rating: 4.3
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Confirmation," The New Dictionary of Theology, Joseph A. Komonchak, Mary Collins, Dermot A. Lane (ed., Wilmington DE: Michael Glazier, In. 1987, pp. 221-226. The Rite of Initiation and Ecumenical Issues," Ecumenical Trends, Vol. 17, N., March 1988, pp. 44-47

Confirmation," The New Dictionary of Theology, Joseph A. 44-47. Is An Ecumenical Understanding of the Eucharist Possible Today?" The Jurist, Vol. 48 (1988), No. 2, pp. 668-691. How We Worship," The Theological Educator, No. 39, Spring 1989, pp. 75-87.

The New Dictionary of Th. .has been added to your Cart. This 1,120 page book, double columns, includes the expert knowledge of 165 pastorally concerned contributors who are the elite of the theological and biblical worlds. An invaluable reference work, sturdily bound to last. a valuable and much needed reference work. Theological Studies "It is up to date, reliable, clear, and informative; not conservative, but solidly traditional. Avery Dulles "A library under one cover. It is undoubtedly one of the most important works in theology to come out in this decade.

This 1,120 page book, double columns, includes the expert knowledge of 165 pastorally concerned contributors who are the elite of the theological and biblical worlds.

New Dictionary of Theology. Publisher: Liturgical Press. Publication Date: 1987. New Dictionary of Theology, a 1,120 page book, includes the expert knowledge of 165 pastorally concerned contributors who are the elite of the theological and biblical worlds. An invaluable reference work. a valuable and much-needed reference work. A library under one cover. Kenneth O’Malley, .

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This 1,120 page book, double columns, includes the expert knowledge of 165 pastorally concerned contributors who are the elite of the theological and biblical. The dictionary represents the first collaborative attempt in English to take stock of the remarkable developments in the church and in theology since the Council, a purpose which determined the structure, authorship, and intended audience of this work.

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Theology, for New Blackfriars is ecumenical. THE NEW DICTIONARY OF THEOLOGY by Joseph A. Lane

Theology, for New Blackfriars is ecumenical. The journal welcomes contributions in moral and practical theology, with an emphasis on matters of social justice. As regards philosophy, New Blackfriars is as open to the Continental hermeneutic tradition as to the analytic approach. Lane. Lane (pp. 505-506).

The New Dictionary of Theology. The dictionary represents the first collaborative attempt in English to take stock of the remarkable developments in the church and in theology since the Council, a purpose which determined the structure, authorship, and intended audience of this work.