What they ask about morals
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What they ask about morals by John Donald Conway

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Published by Fides in Notre Dame, IN .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Questions and answers -- Ethics,
  • Christian ethics -- Catholic authors.,
  • Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Popular works,
  • Theology -- Miscellanea

Book details:

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StatementJ. D. Conway
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBJ"1249"C49"1960
The Physical Object
Pagination370 p
Number of Pages370
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21190414M
LC Control Number60-8445

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