Contemplation and Action in World Religions: Selected Papers from the Rothko Chapel Colloquium "Traditional Modes of Contempation and Action"
Yūsuf Ībish, Ileana Marculescu
Rothko Chapel, 1978 - Religion - 274 pages
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