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Published by American Theological Library Association in [Chicago] .
Written in English


  • Peace -- Religious aspects -- Bibliography.,
  • Disarmament -- Religious aspects -- Bibliography.,
  • Religion and state -- Bibliography.,
  • War -- Religious aspects -- Bibliography.

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Statementedited by Albert E. Hurd.
SeriesATLA religion index select bibliographies
ContributionsHurd, A. E. 1931-, American Theological Library Association.
LC ClassificationsZ6464Z9 P43 1982
The Physical Object
Pagination464 p.
Number of Pages464
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16722726M

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