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Brethren bibliography, 1713-1963

Donald F. Durnbaugh

Brethren bibliography, 1713-1963

by Donald F. Durnbaugh

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Published by Brethren Journal Association in Elgin, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of the Brethren -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald F. Durnbaugh and Lawrence W. Shultz.
    ContributionsShultz, Lawrence W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ7845.C59 D8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination177 p.
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17420254M

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Brethren bibliography, 1713-1963 by Donald F. Durnbaugh Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Durnbaugh, Donald F. Brethren bibliography, Elgin, Illinois: Brethren Press, This volume covers the Brethren story, internal strife and schism, and their beliefs during the colonial period until the end of the Revolutionary War.

BRETHREN IN THE NEW NATION Roger Sappington, Brethren Press, This book is the classic resource in Brethren history of that period when the church moved west between and BRETHREN. The book has a sequel written by the same author. "Crusade" follows Will as he becomes further entangled in the Brethren and Baybars.

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As this list of references is not intended to be a comprehensive bibliography, in the interest of space and brevity only the first key phrase of each referenced work is given, with short translation where. The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court is a book by Bob Woodward and Scott gives a "behind-the-scenes" account of the United States Supreme Court during Warren Burger's early years as Chief Justice of the United book covers the years from the term through the : Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong.

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It contains a checklist of Brethren periodicals and an index of authors, editors, and Size: 45KB. Now, about The Brethren. After picking up a paperback copy of the book and reading a little at a time, I slowly but surely became hooked on the story.

By accident my daughter picked up the book and became so engrossed in it that I let her take it home and purchased the book for my Kindle/5(K). For more Brethren history books see Book reviews on this website. A comprehensive bibliography of the Brethren movement is by Dr David Brady, The Brethren: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources.

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Their love for the Spanish people and culture and their dedication to the spread of the gospel made a significant and lasting impact on several generations of evangelicals, which has spread to other Spanish. The Brethren: A bibliography of secondary studies.

This bibliography is based primarily on the holdings of the Christian Brethren Archive in The University of Manchester's Main Library; hence the CBA shelfmarks quoted at the end of most entries.

European origins of the Brethren: a source book on the beginnings of the Church of the Brethren in the early eighteenth century, a two-hundred-fiftieth anniversary volume Published: () A Brethren bibliography, two hundred fifty years of Brethren literature Author: Durnbaugh, Donald F.

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