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The meaning of church membership / by Keith Pearson
Bib ID 2822987
Format BookBook
Author
Pearson, Keith
 
Edition 2nd (Uniting Church) ed. 
Description Melbourne : Joint Board of Christian Education of Australia and New Zealand, 1979 
51p. ; 20cm. 
ISBN 0858192411
Subjects Uniting Church in Australia.  |  Uniting Church in Australia. Christian doctrine.  |  Theology, Doctrinal.
Other authors/contributors Joint Board of Christian Education of Australia and New Zealand

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