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"The Adequate Business of Our Lives": The Spirituality of Anglican Women at the End of the Seventeenth Century

Conference: American Society of Church History
Date & Location: 153rd Annual Meeting, Dec 27-30,1992, Washington, D.C.
Author: WALLACE, Charles    
Pages: 18
TREN Id: SCH-9214
OCLC #: 62231394   

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Women In The Anglican Communion--17th Century

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Confessions, Creeds, and Catechisms in Seventeenth And Eighteenth-Century Swiss Reformed Theology

Conference: Evangelical Theological Society
Date & Location: 43rd National Conference, Kansas City, MO, November 21-23, 1991
Author: KLAUBER, Martin I.    
Pages: 16
TREN Id: ETS-4337
OCLC #: 58480113   

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Recovering The Historic View Of Baptist Origins: The Seventeenth Century Baptists' Theological Identity Interpreted Through A Progressive Illumination Paradigm

School: Bob Jones University
Author: COOK, Brenton H.     Ph.D. 2005
Pages: 379
TREN Id: 003-0146
OCLC #: 232580168   
Dewey #: 286.109

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Seventeenth Century Westminster Sabbatarianism: A Deviation From The Early Reformed Consensus

School: Westminster Theological Seminary
Author: FRANKS, Joseph A.     Th.M. 2010
Pages: 196
TREN Id: 036-0427
OCLC #: 794415124   

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The Archetypal / Ectypal Distinction, And Its Influence On The Role Of Reason In Seventeenth Century Reformed Theology

School: Erskine Theological Seminary
Author: RHYNE, Robert G.     Th.M. 2011
Pages: 106
TREN Id: 064-0211
OCLC #: 880676743   

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The Dawn Of A New Era In Orthodox Church Music: A Historical Analysis Of The Formation of Part-Singing And Kievan Chant In The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

School: St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
Author: DENYSENKO, Nicholas E.     M.Div. 2000
Pages: 70
TREN Id: 015-0372
OCLC #: 70841902   
Dewey #: 781.7119

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Theological Conflicts Between Western Missionaries And Chinese Intellectuals In The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

School: Calvin Theological Seminary
Author: LIU, Yinghua     Th.M. 2003
Pages: 101
TREN Id: 007-0166
OCLC #: 60420519   
Dewey #: 266.51

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