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The rapture caught up! / by Don E. Stanton
Bib ID 2090002
Format BookBook
Author
Stanton, Don E
 
Description [Perth], W.A. : Claffind Publications for Maranatha Revival Crusade, 1982 
72, viii p. : ill. (some col.), port. ; 18 cm. 
ISBN 0959178309
Notes

Available from The Secretary, Maranatha Revival Crusade, 10 Scanlon Way, Lockridge, W.A. 6054.

Subjects Christian doctrine. Last Judgement. Rapture  |  Judgment Day.  |  Rapture (Christian eschatology)
Other authors/contributors Maranatha Revival Crusade
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Caught up!.

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