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Doctors of the Church

Doctor of the Church is a title given by a variety of Christian churches to individuals whose writings are of particular importance, particularly regarding their contribution to theology or doctrine. Martyrs are often excluded from the list regardless of the importance of their written works. In the Anglican Communion, the title of Teacher of the Faith is occasionally used.

The Four Great Doctors of the Western Church

Author pages[edit]

The Four Great Doctors of the Eastern Church[edit]

The Four Great Doctors of the Western Church[edit]

Doctors of the Catholic Church[edit]

Latin Catholic Doctors

Syro-Malabar Catholic Doctors

Chaldean Catholic Doctors

Doctors of the Armenian Apostolic Church[edit]

Twelve Holy Vardapets (Teachers)

Other Doctors

Doctors of the Assyrian Church of the East[edit]

Teachers of the Faith of the Church of England[edit]

Works about this subject[edit]