Gain immediate access to concise, accurate definitions of theological terms from “Abba” to “Zwinglianism,” written by two of today’s top Catholic theologians. In this third edition of A Concise Dictionary of Theology, Gerald O’Collins and Edward G. Farrugia identify 1,000 terms, providing necessary information about their origin, and their place in church history. This is not an edited work, rather, each entry is written by O’Collins and Farrugia, giving it a fresh, accessible tone that sets it apart traditional dictionaries.
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Gerald O’Collins, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and former dean of theology at Gregorian University in Rome. He is an honorary research fellow of MCD University of Divinity and an honorary adjunct professor at Australian Catholic University. He earned his BA and MA from the University of Melbourne, and was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1963. He earned his PhD from Cambridge University in 1968. He taught at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome from 1974 to 2006. He holds several honorary doctorates, and has earned many awards and honors. In 2006 he was made a Companion of the General Division of the Order of Australia for his contributions to theological scholarship and ecumenical initiatives. He is author or coauthor of 60 books, including Jesus: A Portrait and The Legacy of John Paul II.
Edward G. Farrugia, SJ, was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1963. He earned a PhD in philosophy and another in theology from St. Louis University, Missouri. Farrugia has taught at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome since 1981. He is professor of dogmatics and eastern patristics. He also teaches at universities around the world, including the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.