Schools of Thought in the Christian Tradition (editor). Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1984.
"This impressive collection, published in honor of the renowned church historian Jaroslav Pelikan, and including a selected bibliography of his work, describes ways in which the Christian faith has been taught and learned during the two millennia of its history. … [Its] uniformly high quality will make much easier the task of the teacher who seeks to offer a balanced survey course on the history of Christian thought."
~Hugo Meynell, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, in Journal of Ecumenical Studies 23/1 (Winter 1986), 134.
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