2 edition of first working) bibliography of Black Methodism found in the catalog.
first working) bibliography of Black Methodism
J. Gordon Melton
|Other titles||A bibliography of Black Methodism|
|Statement||by J. Gordon Melton.|
|Series||Bibliographic series no. 1|
|LC Classifications||Z7845M5 M45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
Croatian Glagolitic epigraphy
Spiritual discernment and community deliberation
Echoes from the ingleside
Whaling around Australia
David and the giant
Thyrsis & Chloe, William and Margaret
ALIENS IN SPACE
Odes, book IV
Perfect Union, Volume 2
Lets investigate water
The regard due to the divine judgments considered
The Accidental Gangster
Bibliography of Methodist historical literature, Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings of the Wesley Historical Society.
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