This is a topical dictionary of Latin and Greek terms that often appear in theological works, and traces the historical roots and logical connections in such doctrines as the Trinity, incarnation, atonement, the fall, natural theology, authority & revelation, sacraments, and the church & its ministry.
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Review 1 for Dictionary of Latin & Greek Theological Terms
This book is an important resource.
Date:December 15, 2012
Location:Port Coquitlam, BC
I have found this dictionary to be a great help. If you are at all interested in studying and understanding the historical development of Christian theology a Greek and Latin reference is a must. This dictionary is clearly presented and thoroughly covers the major Christian doctrines.
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Muller provides a wealth of theological wisdom in this slim volume. For all us poor, ignorant wretches who never learned Latin or Greek, his work is a welcome guide. Muller defines key terms clearly and succinctly. This dictionary has enhanced my reading of various older books, including Philip Scaff's three-volume set, The Creeds of Christendom, which uses Latin theological terms liberally. I could have muddled through Schaff without Muller's dictionary, but with it, the history has been far richer.