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The mediator : a study of the central doctrine of the christian faith / Emil Brunner ; translated by Olive Wyon
Bib ID 802303
Format BookBook
Author
Brunner, Emil, 1889-1966
 
Uniform Title Mittler. English
Description Philadelphia : Westminster Press, 1947 
624 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Translation of: Der Mittler.

Includes index.

Subjects Jesus Christ -- Intercession.  |  Mediation between God and man -- Christianity.
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