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Active Receptivity In The Carthusian Hugh Of Balma (D. Ca. 1305)

Conference: American Society of Church History
Date & Location: 156th Annual Meeting, March 24-26,1994, Oberlin, Oh
Author: Martin, Dennis    
Pages: 15
TREN Id: SCH-15606
OCLC #: 62120866   

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Hugh Of Balma, 13th Cent.

Mystics


Enhancing Receptivity Toward The Pentecostalization Of Mainline Denominations

School: The King's Seminary
Author: DORSEY, Charles D.     D.Min. 2012
Pages: 173
TREN Id: 099-0036

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Increasing Receptivity In A Selected Study Group of East Side Baptist Church Toward Multimedia-Supplemented Preaching

School: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Author: PAGE, David     D.Min. 1999
Pages: 380
TREN Id: 049-0311
OCLC #: 897922016   
Dewey #: 251

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Preaching To Increase Receptivity In The Urban Context: An Urban Seeker Model

School: The King's Seminary
Author: BRISBANE, A. Terrence     D.Min. 2008
Pages: 265
TREN Id: 099-0008
OCLC #: 859061649   

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The Language Of Receptivity In The Book Of Acts And Its Significance To Evangelism And Church Growth

School: Dallas Theological Seminary
Author: Teo, Peter Y.     TH.M. 1993
Pages: 138
TREN Id: 001-0561
OCLC #: 890318985   

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Acts (Book)--Criticism, Interpretaion, Etc.

Evangelistic Work--Biblical Teaching


The Original Monotheism Of The Hawaiians And Their Receptivity To The Gospel Through Special Revelation With Relevant Applications To Puna Baptist Church In Pahoa, Hawaii

School: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Author: TAMASHIRO, Alan Takeo     D.Min. 2013
Pages: 286
TREN Id: 049-0585
OCLC #: 923020482   

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This I Recall To Mind, Therefore I Have Hope: A Study Of How Memory Shapes Receptivity To The Gospel Within The Generational, Increasingly Multi-ethnic Steinbach Evangelical Mennonite Church Congregation, In The Canadian Prairies Of Southern Manitoba

School: Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
Author: KOOP, Garry B.     D.Min. 2020
Pages: 141
TREN Id: 077-0229

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