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Is Christian Living Possible Today? by Bishop Campbell Colin ISBN 13: 9780889993693

ISBN 10: 0889993696

Paperback; Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press, 1988; ISBN-13: 978-0889993693

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Is Christian Living Possible Today?

by Campbell, Bishop Colin

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Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press, 1988. Card covers.! Bishop Colin Campbell - Pastor, national fund raiser, educator, journalist, author, Bishop of Antigonish and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Saint Francis Xavier University. "Is Christian Living Possible Today? " gives thoughtful responses to some of today's toughest problems facing the church, the layman, the family and the individual. Like the man, the book is frank, honest, down-to-earth and personal. Bishop Colin Campbell has written "Adventures of a Parish Priest". He is recognized as one of Nova Scotia's leading religious figures. An immaculate booklet. The condition of it promises to please.. Soft Cover. As New.
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