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The Emerging Revival, Jordan, G. Ray

Author Name    Jordan, G. Ray

Title   The Emerging Revival

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fair Condition

Jacket Condition   No Dust Jacket

Publisher    Abingdon Cokesbury Press 1941

ISBN Number    No ISBN

Seller ID   150232

186 pages. Ex-church library with typical marks; some wear, pages toned; a good solid reading copy. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Theology & Religion; Inventory No: 150232. Hardcover

Theology & Religion; NOISBN Hardcover

Price = 4.50 USD


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