Series: SCM Press A - Z of Christian Theology

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The SCM Press A-Z of Evangelical Theology (SCM Press A-Z) by Roger E. OlsonUK
The SCM Press A-Z of Origen (SCM Press A-Z) (SCM Press A-Z) by John McGuckin; Editor-John McGuckinUK
SCM Press A-Z of Patristic Theology by John Anthony McGuckinUK
SCM Press A-Z of Thomas Aquinas (SCM Press A-Z) by Joseph P. WawrykowUK

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  1. Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, First Series, 14 Volumes by Alexander Roberts (1976)
  2. Baker's dictionary of theology by Everett F. Harrison (1960)
  3. Evangelical Theology: An Introduction by Karl Barth (1963)
  4. Aquinas's Shorter Summa: Saint Thomas's Own Concise Version of His Summa Theologica by St. Thomas Aquinas (1955)
  5. The Teachings of the Church Fathers by John Randolph Willis (2002)
  6. Dictionary of Latin and Greek Theological Terms: Drawn Principally from Protestant Scholastic Theology by Richard A. Muller (1985)
  7. New Dictionary of Theology by David F. Wright (1988)
  8. Evangelical Theology in Transition: Theologians in Dialogue with Donald Bloesch by Elmer M. Colyer (1999)
  9. Summa Contra Gentiles, Book 4 by St. Thomas Aquinas (1955)
  10. Library of Christian Classics 11 Nature and Grace Selections from Aquinas by Thomas Aquinas (1954)
  11. Reading the Old Testament with the Ancient Church by Ronald E. Heine (2007)
  12. Fathers Of The Church: A Comprehensive Introduction by Hubertus R. Drobner (1705)
  13. The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine, Volume 1: The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100-600) by Jaroslav Pelikan (1971)
  14. Evangelical Dictionary of Theology (Baker Reference Library) by Daniel J. Treier (1984)
  15. A new Eusebius; documents illustrative of the history of the church to A.D. 337. by W. H. C. Frend (1957)

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