Theology Matters Conference - Oct 8-10th, 2024

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Lord God and Lord Jesus – Part 2

Taken from the Theology Matters conference of 2021.

James Edwards
James Edwards
Dr. James R. Edwards, Ph.D., is the Bruner-Welch Professor Emeritus of Theology at Whitworth University.

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