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A Definitive Study of Evidence Concerning John Wesley's Appropriation of the Thought of Clement of Alexandria

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A Definitive Study of Evidence Concerning John Wesley's Appropriation of the Thought of Clement of Alexandria

by Anderson, Neil D

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Edwin Mellen Press, 2004; octavo, 319pp; binding is tight, text has no notes or markings; slight exterior discoloration and some cloth deterioration/edge rot. Hard Cover.

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A Definitive Study of Evidence Concerning John Wesley's Appropriation of the Thought of Clement of Alexandria
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Anderson, Neil D
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Hardcover
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