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God's experiment, Australian religion / [by Barbara Thiering]
Bib ID 2274991
Format BookBook
Author
Thiering, B. E. (Barbara Elizabeth)
 
Description Perth, W.A. : Murdoch University, 1982 
[14] p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 086905063X
Series

Walter Murdoch lecture ; 9th.

Notes

Lecture delivered at Murdoch University on 21 September 1982.

Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Religious beliefs. Development. Australia  |  Religion - Philosophy.  |  Religious thought - Australia.  |  Australia - Religion.
Other authors/contributors Murdoch University

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