New pilgrimages of the spirit proceedings and papers of the Pilgrim tercentenary meeting of the International Congress of Free Christian [s] and Other Religious Liberals, held at Boston and Plymouth, U.S.A., October 3-7, 1920. by International Congress of Free Christians and Other Religious Liberals.

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  • Liberalism (Religion) -- Congresses.

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Running title: The seventh congress of religious liberals.

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Other titlesSeventh congress of religious liberals.
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LC ClassificationsBX6 .I624 1921
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Pagination154 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages154
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Open LibraryOL4485460M
LC Control Number79314374

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