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The cruciality of the cross.

Author: Peter Taylor Forsyth
Publisher: London, Independent Press [1948]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Taylor Forsyth
OCLC Number: 941824
Notes: "The first two chapters of this book were given in substance as the opening address of the Third International Congregational Council at Edinburgh in July 1908"--Note, p. vi.
Description: x, 104 pages 20 cm
Contents: The atonement central to the New Testament gospel.-The atonement central to Christian experience.-The atonement central to the leading features of modern thought.-The moral meaning of the blood of Christ.

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