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God & Adam : reformed theology and the creation covenant / Rowland S. Ward
Bib ID 937271
Format BookBook
Author
Ward, Rowland S., 1945-
 
Description Wantirna, Vic. : New Melbourne Press, 2003 
208 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 095862416X
Notes

"An introduction to the Biblical Covenants"--t.p.

"A close examination of the Covenant of Works"--t.p.

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 198-202.

Subjects Covenant theology.  |  Creation -- Biblical teaching.
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