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NOTES ON OUR CONTRIBUTORS Oswi.N MAGRATH, 0. P., of the English Dominican province, teaches in the Dominican Studium at Stellenbosch, South Africa. While secretary to the Apostolic Delegate to Iraq from 1931-1934 he studied Arabic, Syriac, Persian and Mohammedan theologies and received the lectorate in Sacred Theology from the Dominican Biblical School of St. Stephen at Jerusalem. Since 1934 he has labored in South Africa where he published a " Vocabulary of Catholic Terms " in Afrikaans, written in both English and Afrikaans many articles in South African and English journals on Eastern Christians, Missiology, Calvinist theology, the religious vows. He will shortly publish a study of South African Dutch Reformed theology. WILLIAM A. GERHARD, Ph. D. (Notre Dame), is Assistant Professor and Deputy Chairman of the Department of Philosophy, Brooklyn College. He has contributed to THE THOMIST and to New Scholasticism. ANTON-HERMANN CHROUST, Ph. D., of Notre Dame University, published his first installment on the January issue of this year. RoBERT EDWARD BRENNAN, P., S. T.M., Ph.D., noted author and lecturer, is stationed at the College of St. Mary of the Springs, Columbus, Ohio. ELIE DENISSOFF, Ph. D., Agrege of the University of Louvain, is professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. GREGORY STEVENS, 0. S. B., S. T. D., teaches Mystical Theology at St. Anselm's Priory, Washington, D. C. WILLIAM AuGUSTINE WALLACE, O.P., S.T.B., M.Sc., B.E.E., is assigned to the Dominican House of Studies, Washington, D. C. 268 ...


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