Man, Money, and the Bible; Or, Biblical Economics: A Treatise Upon the Economical System of the Bible and Its Solution of the Social Problems that Confront the Nineteenth Century
Publishing House of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1891 - Economics - 180 pages
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