Extent: Paperback

Pages: 320

Publisher: Veritas

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Veritas Publications

Exploring Theology

by Anne Hession



Exploring Theology answers the need for an eminently readable, accessible yet erudite introduction to Catholic Theology. Its twenty-six chapters outline key areas of contemporary catholic theology and provide a broad overview and succinct introduction to contemporary issues and challenges facing catholic theologians.

This first book in the Exploring series is ideal for students of theology, for non-specialist readers with a general interest in theology as well as those studying programmes which equip them to each Religious education in the primary and post-primary school context.

The style is readable and engaging. The content is focused and refreshingly clear. The chapters, written by experts from Ireland, the UK and the US, will make a serious contribution to the demystification of Catholic theology in the minds of many students, as well as its accessibility to a wider student and general audience.

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