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Summary

Since the age of the apostles, thoughtful Christians alike have reflected upon the meaning of Scripture, the nature of divinity, the call to discipleship, and countless other topics in the Christian religious tradition. Theology, the study of God and religious belief, is as important to Christian life today as ever. 

And yet theology can sometimes seem remote from the everyday life of faith; too often, we misunderstand it as an academic activity confined to ivory towers. Now, Theology 101 gives you an accessible and engaging overview of the history, fundamental elements, and present forms of theology. Under the erudite guidance of Boston College’s Fr. Richard Lennan, you will gain invaluable insights into your own faith. 

Through examining the workings of theology - its tasks, methods, and goals - you will discover the profound relationship between the activity of theologians and the everyday world of living faith. Learning about theological topics will help you deepen your relationship with God and answer Jesus’ call to discipleship in our own time. You will also learn about theology’s use of Scripture, its basis in God’s self-revelation, the role it plays in Church doctrines, and the deep connection between theology and spirituality. 

Join Fr. Lennan on this fascinating and insightful journey through our religious tradition. Theology 101 will enrich your mind and inspire your spirit.

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Critic reviews

"This superb work fills a major gap on the Christian and Catholic ecclesiology shelf. It should also be enormously helpful for anyone seeking a toehold on the entire Rahnerian corpus....Belongs in every theological collection." ( Choice)
"[This book]...is a very good one....a scholarly study...written clearly enough to be accessible to a motivated nonspecialist." ( Commonweal)
"An excellent example of reasoned theology in the midst of the many other forms of theological argument." ( Horizons)

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