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The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians

Hardback|Nov 2006
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"The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians is global in scope, including theologians from around the world and spanning the period of the early church to today. This dictionary features nearly thirteen hundred entries, organized alphabetically, ranging in length from a paragraph...


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"The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians is global in scope, including theologians from around the world and spanning the period of the early church to today. This dictionary features nearly thirteen hundred entries, organized alphabetically, ranging in length from a paragraph to more than a full page and including a description of each theologian's major works."--BOOK JACKET.
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Written by almost sixty Latino scholars and edited by the renowned historian of doctrine Justo González,The Westminster Dictionary of Theologiansis global in scope, including theologians from around the world spanning the period from the early church to today. This monumental dictionary features entries on nearly thirteen hundred theologians, organized alphabetically, ranging in length from a paragraph to a full page, and including a list of each theologian's major works.


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Justo Gonzalez (Ed)

Justo L. Gonzalez (Ph.D., Yale University) author of the highly praised three-volume History of Christian Thought and other major works, Dr. Gonzlez taught at Candler School of Theology of Emory University in Georgia for eight years followed by eight years at United Seminary. He is the author of numerousbooks, including Essential Theological Terms and The Apostles' Creed for Today. He is also the editor of The Westminster Dictionary of Theologians.
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