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The Passion of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke

by Donald Senior
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Release Date: 1992
Genre: Religion
Pages: 192 pages
ISBN 13: 9780814654613
ISBN 10: 0814654614
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Synopsis : The Passion of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke written by Donald Senior, published by Liturgical Press which was released on 1992. Download The Passion of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. "The Passion is the climactic event in each of the gospels. These volumes elucidate the passion in its historical background and explore its theological breadth and depth."--back cover. -- "The Passion is the climactic event in each of the gospels. These volumes elucidate the passion in its historical background and explore its theological breadth and depth."--back cover.

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