Anthropology – Comes from two Greek words: “Anthropos” (man) and “Logos” (word) meaning a study of man or humanity
Anti-Christian Agenda – Arguments against Christianity
Apologetics – from the Latin word “apologia” meaning defense [not an expression of regret]
Classic – A work that has withstood the test of time and remains popular or useful
Christian Epistemology – A study of how we come to know, to acquire knowledge within a Christian framework of understanding
Church Teaching – Characteristic of the Roman Catholic Church
Conversion – Stories of people converted to the Christian faith
Fundamental Theology – That which forms a basis or foundation for theology. The word theology itself comes from two Greek words: “theos” (god) and “logos” (word), thus a rough translation would be “God-talk”.
History – A history of religious events.
Praxis – A Greek word roughly meaning “practice”; hence, practical consequences of the Christian life for individuals
Sacraments – Dealing with the sacramental dimension of the Catholic faith
Spirituality – Focusing on the spiritual dimension of Christian life such as mysticism
Reference – A resource for elements of the Catholic experience
Religion – A catch-all category for items that do not fit neatly into any of the above