Christian Humanist Profiles 56: Paul's Divine Christology

November 02, 2015 00:48:50
Christian Humanist Profiles 56: Paul's Divine Christology
Christian Humanist Profiles
Christian Humanist Profiles 56: Paul's Divine Christology
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Nathan P Gilmour

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David Grubbs interviews Chris Tilling about his recent book "Paul's Divine Christology."

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