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The challenge of the cross / Keith D. Pearson
Bib ID 1414958
Format BookBook
Author
Pearson, Keith
 
Printer (Blackburn, Vic. : S.R. Laing & Co.)
Description Melbourne : Presbyterian Board of Christian Education, [196-?] 
19 p. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Jesus Christ -- Crucifixion.  |  Christian life.
Other authors/contributors Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Christian Education
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