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Christ in conduct and! Reference book. by Catherine Beatrice Firth

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Published by Ginn .
Written in English


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For use in grammar school. Diagrs. on endpapers. Christ in conduct, 276p.,ill.,-Reference book, 203p.

SeriesBible and the Christian faith series;book 5
The Physical Object
Pagination2v.,19cm
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18754314M

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