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Title: THE POCKET BOOK OF WHAT, WHEN AND WHO ON EARTH
FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT CHRISTIANITY
By: George Courtauld
Format: Hardback

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ISBN 10: 1903071372
ISBN 13: 9781903071373
Publisher: BENE FACTUM PUBLISHING LTD
Pub. date: 25 October, 2011
Pages: 127
Synopsis: A compendium of fascinating information about Christianity, including important plants, symbolic animals, common variations on the cross, and much more A concise and convenient book about Christianity, this pocket book is perfectly formatted for anyone interested in learning more about religion on-the-go. It is clearly and simply designed for accessible browsing, and includes time lines, biographies, critical biblical moments, and many other aspects of Christianity aptly explained.
Illustrations: illustrations
Publication: UK
Imprint: Bene Factum Publishing Ltd
Returns: Returnable
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