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History of Scottish Theology. / Fergusson, David; Elliott, Mark Warwick.

New York-Oxford : Oxford UP, 2019.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Harvard

Fergusson, D & Elliott, MW 2019, History of Scottish Theology. Oxford UP, New York-Oxford.

APA

Fergusson, D., & Elliott, M. W. (2019). History of Scottish Theology. New York-Oxford: Oxford UP.

Vancouver

Fergusson D, Elliott MW. History of Scottish Theology. New York-Oxford: Oxford UP, 2019.

Author

Fergusson, David ; Elliott, Mark Warwick. / History of Scottish Theology. New York-Oxford : Oxford UP, 2019.

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