How theology can be made simpler (II)

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Norman, R. 2002. How theology can be made simpler (II). Modern Believing.
AuthorsNorman, R.
Year2002
JournalModern Believing
PublisherModern Church
ISSN1353-1425
Related URLhttp://www.modernchurch.org.uk/publications/mb/recent.htm
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