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Eucharistic Origins. A survey of the New Testament evidence. Bruce Lectures, 1928 by MACGREGOR, George Hogarth Carnaby the Younger

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Published by London in J. Clarke & Co .
Written in English

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Other titlesBible. Appendix. New Testament. Miscellaneous. 1929.
The Physical Object
Pagination255 pages
Number of Pages255
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Open LibraryOL27260910M

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