Can religion be taught? : the inauguration of George Albert Coe as Skinner and McAlpine Professor of Practical Theology, November sixteenth, 1909.
Contributor(s): Coe, George AlbertMaterial type: TextPublisher: New York : [s.n.], 1909?Description: 27 p. ; 26 cmSubject(s): Religious education | Christian educationLOC classification: AC901 | .A4 no.52
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The inauguration service -- The charge to Professor Coe / A.H. Evans -- Inaugural address: Can religion be taught? / G.A. Coe.
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