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The Compact Dictionary of Doctrinal Words

Paperback|Jul 1988
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Insightful definitions to help Christians understand important doctrines and truths.


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Insightful definitions to help Christians understand important doctrines and truths.
-Publisher

"Like a skilled physician, Dr. Terry Miethe has succinctly and successfully identified and briefly explained more about 550...theological concepts, upon which the holy scriptures are built."--from the Forward by Dr. Harold J. Willmington, author of Willmington's Guide to the Bible. As in any academic discipline, the Church has developed a rather highly specialized vocabulary that often leaves lay Christians in the dark. Yet this very vocabulary was intended to communicate important aspects, shades of meaning and insights into Christian truth and teaching. Thus the need for a dictionary to help those without special training understand these words and benefit from them.The Compact Dictionary of Doctrinal Words presents over 550 entries that: Provide thorough definitions for adequate explanation and insight in understandable, readable style and length.Provide guidelines for further research.Provide extensive cross-referencing.Provide explanations concerning its relevance and practical application in today's world.A reference work to help you better understand and communicate God's truths.
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 43750
  • Product Code 0871236788
  • EAN 9780871236784
  • Pages 224
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Dictionaries
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Jul 1988
  • Dimensions 212 x 136 x 14mm
  • Weight 0.303kg

Terry Miethe

Miethe is Provost and Honored Professor of Philosophy, Theology and History at Emmanuel College, Oxford. He is post doctoral fellow in History at Christ Church, University of Oxford.