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Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology

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Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology

The Boston Collaborative Encyclopedia of Western Theology is a freely accessible encyclopedia composed mainly by students of Boston University's Modern Western Theology seminars. It focuses on Christian theology, mainly from the Western world and is edited by Wesley J. Wildman, a professor at Boston University School of Theology.

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