from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Latin Theologiae Doctor (Doctor of Theology)


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  • She is a Quaker, and holds a ThD and two M.A. degrees in Theology.

    Give No Help Without Checking First

  • Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Universitartus Committiartum E Pluribus Unum, I hereby confer upon you the honorary degree of ThD.

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  • When those organisms die, their structures get the ThD equilibrium and the CO2 is dissolved again in the water.

    Unthreaded #16 « Climate Audit

  • The laws of ThD are the same everywhere, Richard, what changes are the conditions; call them microstates.

    Unthreaded #16 « Climate Audit

  • John Trigilio, Jr., PhD, ThD, president of the Confraternity of Catholic Clergy and co-author of Catholicism For Dummies, has written in that vein:

    The problem of the three H's

  • I once asked a bishop with a ThD in liturgics about this, and he informed me that the reason for the versus populum was based on a 1950s misunderstanding of the layout of Churches.

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  • Rue's Kitchen The Black Madonna by Ken Rabac, PhD-ThD

    The Black Madonna

  • MBS and ThD degrees from Cambridge Graduate School.


  • Thomas D. Williams, LC, ThD, is Vatican Analyst for CBS News and a professor of theology at the ReginaApostolorumPontificalUniversity in Rome.

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