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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • and in other writings. It is attained by treading the path there
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • happenings; they are inspired writings, the source of which
    • this in mind, you read the writings of the Church Fathers in
    • living through their life after death, appear in the writings
    • was the one who in his writings forced the Latin language for
    • hollowness of Roman worship, all his writings give evidence
    • knowledge. When we study his writings we are led to ask what
    • and you can see this in my own writings — every
    • whose style of writing I admire as much as I dislike that of
    • Hermann Grimm's style of writing and I find Woodrow Wilson's
    • anything described by Hermann Grimm when he is writing of
    • A translation of the writings of
    • Translations of the Writings of the Fathers
    • one of the writings in which he inveighs against the Romans for their
    • See Chapter VII: ‘None of these writings (the Gospels)
    • in the writings of Tertullian or of those of any other
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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