Jitsuo Morikawa, A Prophet for the 21st Century, a Legacy of Sixty Inspiring Sermonds
by Paul M. Nagano and William L. Malcomson, Editors
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Council for Pacific and Asian Theology, 2000. Hardcover. Very Good++/Very Good++. This is a Very Solid Religious Work hardback in Very Good++ condition with a Very Good++ jacket. c2000. It is an attractive hardback. It is a solid & square book with a very bright and very clean cover. Very lightly read ! The edges and corners are all very good. The pages are Very tight, bright & unmarked, no names. No highlighting. There are some Pastor's notes on the free page. The jacket, is also Very bright & clean. There is just some light shelf wear, and a little edge wrinkle. 393 pages.
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