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The literature of theology

BR118 .B69 2003 

This text, though slightly dated, is very worth perusing.

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The Literature of Theology - David R. Stewart; John A. Bollier
ISBN: 9780664223427
Publication Date: 2003-07-31

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            Louisville, Ky. : John Knox Press, c1999.
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