SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Copyright © 1994 by Wayne Grudem.
Appendix 6 and glossary copyright © 2000 by Wayne Grudem.
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Systematic theology : an introduction to biblical doctrine / Wayne Grudem. p. cm.
Includes index. USA ISBN 0-310-28670-0 1. Theology, Doctrinal. I. Title. BT75.2.G78 1994 / 94-8300 230'.046—dc20 / CIP
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