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This volume of collected works is written by St. Thomasrs" entire religion department. It focuses upon developing studentsrs" critical thinking and writing skills. It addresses five major systematic theology themes in chronological order. These updated themes include revelation, God, creation, Jesus, and church. The text is written for an increasingly diverse student body. Features include a new introduction detailing the religious studies discipline. New chapters include Islam Past and Present (12), Christianity in the United States (23), and the Second Vatican Council in Context (24). The rest of the book contains updated chapter content and bibliographies. An ideal introductory level book for a diverse student body learning about Christianityrs"s impact upon world events.
Table of Contents
|The Old Testament||p. 19|
|The Primeval Story||p. 29|
|God's Covenant with Israel||p. 42|
|Judges, Prophets, Kings||p. 60|
|Second Temple Judaism||p. 74|
|The New Testament||p. 91|
|Jesus and the Gospels||p. 97|
|Apostolic Missions||p. 118|
|The History of Christianity||p. 135|
|Christianity After the Apostles||p. 141|
|The Age of the Imperial Church||p. 161|
|Augustine of Hippo||p. 181|
|Eastern Christianity||p. 194|
|Islam Past and Present||p. 211|
|Christianity in the Early Medieval Period||p. 235|
|Christianity in the High Middle Ages||p. 252|
|Thomas Aquinas||p. 273|
|Christianity in the Late Medieval Period||p. 288|
|The Modern Period||p. 303|
|The Renaissance||p. 307|
|Martin Luther||p. 316|
|Other Protestant Reformers||p. 332|
|The Catholic Reformation||p. 351|
|Global Expansion and the Colonial Churches||p. 363|
|Modern Challenges to Christianity||p. 378|
|Christianity in America||p. 399|
|The Second Vatican Council in Context||p. 422|
|Christianity and the Contemporary Situation||p. 441|
|Christianity and Interreligious Dialogue||p. 471|
|Copyright Acknowledgments||p. 507|
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