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A Comparative Investigation of the Concept of Nature in the Writings of Henry M. Morris and Bernard L. Ramm

@inproceedings{Mutero2006ACI,
  title={A Comparative Investigation of the Concept of Nature in the Writings of Henry M. Morris and Bernard L. Ramm},
  author={Andrew M. Mutero},
  year={2006}
}
A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE CONCEPT OF NATURE IN THE WRITINGS OF HENRY M. MORRIS AND BERNARD L. RAMM 

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