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A Handbook of Theological Terms Their Meaning and Background Exposed in Over 300 Articles........

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The text gives particular attention both to contemporay theology and to the historical differences between Protestants and Roman Catholics, and among various Protestant denominations.
Paperback, 253 pages
Published September 1st 1964 by MacMillan Publishing Company
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Rick Eng
Not as dry as it sounds, this is a good comprehensive guide to the vocabulary used by philosophical types. I have an older version (Niebuhr, Tillich, Jaspers, Satre and still alive) but the summaries are still applicable. I often wonder if the "guild" makes it more difficult than it should sound. I mean, c'mon... Infralapsarianism?! Can't you just say "predestination"?
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