The Cambridge Dictionary of Christianity (CDC) has been called "the most up-to-date treasure trove addressing the question, 'What is Christianity?'" and "a launching pad for an academic study of Christianity at the beginning of the 21st century." It has also been described as "the most impressive and comprehensive dictionary on Christianity available."
The Dean's Office and Women's Studies in Religion Program at the Graduate Theological Union at Pacific School of Religion invites you to a conversation and discussion on the strengths and limits of this important volume, Thursday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Badé Museum at PSR, 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley.
A distinguished panel includes scholars who have contributed to the dictionary, as well as the dictionary's general editor, Dr. Daniel Patte. The panel discussion will be moderated by Dr. Inese Radzins, Assistant Professor of Theology at PSR.