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The Mystery of Christ

The Mystery of Christ by John Behr, ISBN: 9780881413069
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ISBN: 9780881413069
Publisher: St Vladimirs Seminary Pr
Published: January 2006
Format: Paperback
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The Mystery of Christ

"By returning to the methodology of the early Church, Fr John Behr, a renowned patristics scholar, invites readers to approach the mystery of Christ in the same way that the first disciples of Jesus Christ learned theology. His vision of Christian theology, written in a systematic manner, offers a way out of the problems that have beset theology and scriptural study in recent centuries."--BOOK JACKET.

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