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Product NameA Call To Spiritual Reformation: Priorities From Paul And His Prayers
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Short DescriptionPaperback
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AuthorD. A. Carson
Page Count232
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Long DescriptionCarson calls believers to revolt against superficiality and find again the deeper knowledge of God at Paul's school of prayer. Strong expositional study.
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