A Basic Christian Dictionary Paperback
An A-Z of Beliefs, Practices and Teachings
by Michael Counsell;
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A Basic Christian Dictionary
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In a secular age when religious faith is increasingly questioned, this useful resource will deepen understanding and broaden perceptions of Christianity in its multi-faceted expressions around the world today.
A vital tool for all who wish to express their faith in ways which will be helpful and persuasive in the modern world, this is a comprehensive, informative guide to various aspects of Christian belief. It contains biblical doctrines, the contribution of major theologians and theological movements, and differences between the major church groupings.
A Basic Christian Dictionary by Michael Counsell was published by Canterbury Press in March 2007 and is our 35250th best seller. The ISBN for A Basic Christian Dictionary is 9781853117763.
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A Basic Christian DictionaryMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
The Preface is an essential starting point for reading this book. Michael Counsell has used the format of a dictionary to outline different Christian beliefs and the reasons why they are held, with the doctrines that Christians disagree over described as fairly as possible. Larger print would have made for easier reading, but it is worth persevering as this small paperback is packed with information about historical figures, Christian thought and the explanation of words theologians use. Definitely a book to keep on the shelf for reference after the initial read.
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Details for A Basic Christian Dictionary
|Page last updated||12th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Michael Counsell|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (March 2007)|
|Number of Pages||146|