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The Teaching of our Lord, as to the indissolubility of marriage [electronic resource] / by Stuart Lawrence Tyson ; with an introduction by the Bishop of Tennessee [Thomas F. Gailor]
Bib ID 6497697
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Tyson, Stuart L. (Stuart Lawrence), 1873-1932
 
Online Access
Description Sewanee, Tenn. : University Press, [1909] 
1 online resource ([5], [7]-89, [2] p.). 
Series

Nineteenth Century Collections Online (NCCO): Women: Transnational Networks.

Notes

Publisher's advertising: p. [2], 3rd count.

Reproduction of the original from the New York Public Library.

Bibliographical footnotes.

Subjects Marriage -- Biblical teaching.  |  Divorce.
Other authors/contributors Gailor, Thomas Frank, 1856-1935

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