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Hurrying toward Zion: Universities, Divinity Schools, and American Protestantism by Conrad Cherry - First Edition, Later Printing. - 1995 - from Wyrdhoard Books and

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Hurrying toward Zion: Universities, Divinity Schools, and American Protestantism

by Conrad Cherry

Condition: Acceptable/Acceptable

Bloomington IN: Indiana University Press, 1995. Acceptable in mustard full cloth over boards. Book sl bowed w sl bump to rear spine head (jpgs cheerfully provided upon request!) Mis-cutting at bindery has creased head corners of pp 17-24; interior ow unmarked, clean. DJ has overall chafing, corner wear, rubbing along all extremities, spine ends of DJ creases as is rear DJ's head. Narrow strip of sunfade along DJ's rear head. "But this book is much more than mere institutional history; it is really an essay in intellectual history--the story of American academic faith--and should be read by many people otherwise unconcerned with divinity school education." --Choice. First Edition, Later Printing.. Hard Cover. Acceptable/Acceptable. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Used.


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