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Gabriel Fackre - Publications - Contributions To Volumes
... on Justification in Ecumenical and Evangelical Perspective," John Calvin and Evangelical Theology, Sung Wook Chung, ed ... Westminster John Knox, 2009 ... United Church Press, 2006 ...
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1 From the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451), Louisville Westminster John Knox Press, 1975, ISBN 0-664-22301-X Volume 2 From the Council of Chalcedon /451/ to Gregory the Great /590-60 ... of Justinian, Louisville Westminster John Knox Press, 1986, ISBN 0-664-22160-2 Part Two The Church in Constantinople in the sixth century, Theresia Hainthaler (co-author), John Cawte, Pauline Allen (transl ... from German), Louisville, Kentucky – London Westminster John Knox Press – Mowbray, 1995, p ...
John H. Leith - Bibliography
... Leith, John H. ... John Calvin's Doctrine of the Christian Life ... Louisville, Ky Westminster/John Knox Press, 1989 ...
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