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An Introduction to the Science of Missions

by J.H. Bavinck

Condition: Good/Fair


New Jersey: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1961. Hardback. Good/Fair. 534 8vo. Translated by David H. Freeman. "This book is not merely a text on missions; it is the text on missions of this generation". Condition notes: Some foxing or dust soiling to top external page edges, otherwise a clean, sound copy in rather tatty dust jacket.


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