Catholic Theology and Dogma Collection (7 vols.)
by 6 authors Theodore Alois Buckley, Vincent McNabb, Sylvester Joseph Hunter, Henry Denzinger, Karl Rahner, Roy J. Deferrari
George Routledge & Co., Benziger Brothers, B. Herder 1851–1957
The 7-volume Catholic Theology and Dogma Collection provides the basic tenets of Catholic theology, dogma, and practice. With titles by Henry Denzinger and Sylvester Joseph Hunter, these volumes have helped define dogma during times of dissension, providing necessary teaching to articulate Catholic theology. From Trent to the First Vatican Council, the decisions and decrees outlines in these documents are still useful for faith and practice in the church today. This collection is essential for scholars, laypersons, and both Catholics and Protestants seeking to understand the history and theology of the Roman Catholic Church.
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The Sources of Catholic Dogma
- Author: Henry Denzinger
- Publisher: B. Herder Book Co.
- Publication Date: 1957
- Pages: 715
- Title: Catholic Theology and Dogma Collection
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 3,368