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Dictionary of the Christian Church
edited by F. L. Cross / E. A. Livingstone
Size: 7.25 x 9.25 inches
Pub Date: 2007
Item Number: 562507
Case Quantity: 6
Categories: Church History; General Reference Works
An essential resource for students of church history
First published in 1997 as The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, Third Edition this unique, one-volume reference work has put information on all aspects of the Christian church at generations of reader’s fingertips. Its extensive cross-referenced A–Z entries offer unmatched coverage of a wide-ranging spectrum of topics.
A roster of acknowledged experts in their fields penned the Dictionary of the Christian Church’s entries. These authors, representing Christian traditions from around the world, offer informed, even-handed treatment of the many subjects addressed in the DCC.
Whether one is seeking information on the Bible, religious orders, theologians or philosophers, archaeology or spirituality, the Dictionary of the Christian Church is the resource to consult. No library should be without this affordable edition of an authoritative work.
• Ideal for clergy, seminarians, students, and anyone interested in topics
pertaining to the church
"This volume is a paperback reprint of The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, 3d ed., published in 1997, a resource which has not substantially changed since the first edition was published in 1957 except for additions to the bibliography. For old-fashioned data, it remains a solid resource."
|The late F. L. Cross was the Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford and Canon of Christ Church from 1944 to 1968. He did crucial academic work on the African biblical canons and early liturgy.|
|Dr. E. A. Livingstone assumed the editorship of the Dictionary of the Christian Church upon the death of F. L. Cross. A specialist in patristic studies, she was made a Member of the British Empire in recognition of her work in that field.|
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