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The Roads Converge: A Contribution to the Question of Christian Reunion

by Members of Jesus College, Cambridge; Introduction By Dodd, C.H. (D.D.); Edited By Gardner-Smith, P. (B.D.)

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New York: St. Martin's Press Inc., 1963 Book. Very Good +. Hardcover. DJ has some rubbing and light soils. "This book of essays by ten distinguished scholars takes as its theme the drawing together of the Churches." 253 pages..

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Title
The Roads Converge: A Contribution to the Question of Christian Reunion
Author
Members of Jesus College, Cambridge; Introduction By Dodd, C.H. (D.D.); Edited By Gardner-Smith, P. (B.D.)
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Hardcover
Book Condition
Used - Very Good +
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Publisher
St. Martin's Press Inc.
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1963
Keywords
Jesus Christ, Christianity, Christian, Christians, Christian practices, Christian beliefs, Christian history, Christian studies, Christian community, religion, religious studies, Religious beliefs, Religious practices, Religious history, Religious communi

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