Many Voices in Christian Mission: Essays in Honour of J.E. Lesslie Newbigin, World Christian Leader
Christian Literature Society, 1994 - Ecumenical movement - 240 pages
Contributed articles on life of Bishop of Church of South India and leader of Ecumenical movement, Lesslie Newbigin.
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A Man of Unique Combinations
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