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The College Student's Introduction to Theology.

Next semester, I intend to introduce a roomful or two of young scholars to theology using The College Student's Introduction to Theology (Liturgical Press, 216 pages, $13.95 paperback), edited by Jesuit Fr. Thomas P. Rausch,

This collection of chapters by a number of authors is designed as a supplemental text introducing the study of theology and its various methods of investigation. Divided into three parts, it deals with foundational, systematic and contemporary issues.

Written from a Roman Catholic perspective, it reflects contemporary theology in the different points of view of the contributors and is ecumenically sensitive. Those professors of undergraduate theology who like a change from semester to semester will find this book worth a look.
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Author:Graham, William C.
Publication:National Catholic Reporter
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Nov 19, 1993
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