2 edition of Index to Neander"s General history of the Christian religion and church. found in the catalog.
Index to Neander"s General history of the Christian religion and church.
Mary Cutler Torrey
Prepared by Mary Cutler Torrey. Cf. Library of Congress card no. 31-14782
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|Number of Pages||239|
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes v. History of the Christian religion and church in the three first centuriesv. Second period of the history of the Christian church: from the end of the Diocletian persecution to the time of Gregory the Pages: His history of the apostolic age came out in two volumes under the title History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Church by the Apostles ().
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