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иерей Вячеслав Зыков


Библейский патриарх Авраам


Библейско-исторический апологетический очерк

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Ученые труды Императорской Петроградской Духовной Академии, издаваемые на средства юбилейного фонда в память столетия Академии.


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Типография М. Меркушева

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Электронный вариант книги выполнен в Перервинской духовной семинарии. Источник:


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