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The mystery of the kingdom of God; the secret of Jesus' Messiahship and passion, by Albert Schweitzer...translated with an introduction by Walter Lowrie.

Main Author: Schweitzer, Albert, 1875-1965.
Related Names: Lowrie, Walter 1868-1959.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Dodd, Mead and company, 1914.
Subjects: Jesus Christ > Messiahship.
Jesus Christ > Biography.
Kingdom of God.
Note: "The work which is here translated was published in 1901 as the second part of a treatise entitled Das Abendmahl ... This second part was issued separately and bore also the following sub-title: Das Messianitäts und Leidensgeheimnis. Eine Skizze des Lebens Jesu."--Introd.
Physical Description: 3 p. ℓ., 3-275 p. 19 1/2 cm.
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