The Jewish-Christian argument: A history of theologies in conflict / by Hans Joachim Schoeps ; Translated by David E. Green

Hans Joachim Schoeps

Published by Faber and Faber January 1965, 1965
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Title: The Jewish-Christian argument: A history of ...

Publisher: Faber and Faber January 1965

Publication Date: 1965

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Book almost near fine, binding is firm, text pristine. One mark on first free endpaper. Jacket also very good, with almost no edgewear, though light tanning is evident around perimeters. Very nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 113284

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