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Christian Mysticism
The Bampton Lectures, 1899
W.R. Inge
Christian Phrenology
A Guide to Self-Knowledge
Joseph Bunney
The Christian Use of the Psalter
Arthur Richard Whitham
Christianity and Ethics
A Handbook of Christian Ethics
Archibald B. C. Alexander
Christianity and Greek Philosophy
or, the relation between spontaneous and reflective thought in Greece and the positive teaching of Christ and His Apostles
B.F. Cocker
Christianity and Islam in Spain
A.D. 756 to 1031
Charles Reginald Haines
Christianity as a Mystical Fact
And the Mysteries of Antiquity
Rudolph Steiner
Christie Redfern's Troubles
Margaret Robertson
The Christmas Child
Hesba Stretton
Christmas in Legend and Story
A Book for Boys and Girls
Elva S. Smith
Christmas Outside of Eden
Coningsby Dawson
A Christmas Sermon
Robert Louis Stevenson
Christmas Sunshine
Various Authors
Christmas: Its Origin and Associations
Together with Its Historical Events and Festive Celebrations During Nineteen Centuries
William Francis Dawson
Christo não volta
(Resposta ao «Voltareis, ó Christo?» de Camillo Castello-Branco)
Alberto Augusto de Almeida Pimentel
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