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The existence of God : the argument from design / by P.J. Ryan
Bib ID 2497931
Format BookBook
Author
Ryan, P. J., M.S.C
 
Printer (Sydney : Lake & Ashes)
Description Kensington, N.S.W. : Annals Office, 1950 
27 p. ; 19 cm. 
Series

Annals publication ; no. 49.

Subjects God -- Proof, Teleological.  |  Evolution.
Other authors/contributors Sacred Heart Monastery (Kensington, N.S.W.). Annals Office
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650 0 |aEvolution.
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830 0 |aAnnals publication ;|vno. 49.
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