Some schemes of church union before the Anglican Communion today
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Some schemes of church union before the Anglican Communion today three lectures given at Kent School, Kent, Connecticut, July 17-19, 1958 by Max Alexander Cunningham Warren

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Published by Anglican Society in New York .
Written in English


  • Ecumenical movement.,
  • Christian union.,
  • Anglican Communion.

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Statementby the Rev. M.A.C. Warren....
The Physical Object
Pagination75 p. ;
Number of Pages75
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Open LibraryOL18611697M

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