Catalog Record: Die christliche Lehre von der göttlichen Gnade. Erster und allgeminer Theil: die ursprüngliche Gnade und die damit zusammenhängenden Untersuchungen überhaupt, mit besonderer Beziehung auf die Scholastik und deren neueste Umdeutung | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Die christliche Lehre von der göttlichen Gnade. Erster und allgeminer Theil: die ursprüngliche Gnade und die damit zusammenhängenden Untersuchungen überhaupt, mit besonderer Beziehung auf die Scholastik und deren neueste Umdeutung.

Main Author: Kuhn, Johannes von, 1806-1887.
Language(s): German
Published: Tübingen [H. Laupp'sche Buchhandlung] 1868
Subjects: Grace (Theology) > History of doctrines > Middle Ages, 500-1500.
Note: Photo-offset. Frankfurt, Minerva, 1968.
No more published. Cf. Gr. Brockhaus.
Physical Description: xvii, 444 p. 22 cm.
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