God's Dynamite or Changing a World by Prayer

Lerrigo, P. H. J.

Published by The Judson Press, Philadelphia, 1925
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Title: God's Dynamite or Changing a World by Prayer

Publisher: The Judson Press, Philadelphia

Publication Date: 1925

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

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Owner name on title page and bottom edge, pages browned, light edge wear. Front cover and spine worn, lightly stained, spine and front cover have multiple holes (bug eaten). RARE - couldn't find any other real, paper copies for sale online. Bookseller Inventory # 085928

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