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PHIL 3500: Christianity & Philosophy: Books & Media

Christianity & Philosophy class page | Course description: Philosophical study of Christianity from its origins to the present, including Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Protestantism.

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A keyword search returns the highest number of results. The terms you search can appear in the fields for title, author, subject, content notes and elsewhere within a record.

• Example: Christian philosophy 

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• Enclose words in quotation marks to ensure that the records retrieved include the two words as a phrase: "Christian philosophy" 

• Add more topic terms or phrases: Christian philosophy history 

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The catalog will search subjects by keyword as well, but the most effective search will use the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH). See the introductory page to this guide for more information about subject headings.

• Subject Keywords = Christian philosophy 

• Subject Heading = Christianity -- Philosophy

• Subject Heading = Christianity -- Philosophy -- History

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