Bishop in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada by Arthur G. Reynolds

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  • Methodist Episcopal Church in Canada -- Bishops,
  • United Church of Canada. -- Committee on Bishops

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VUAR copy is a mimeograph copy of a paper presented to the General Council Committee on Bishops

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Statementby A.G. Reynolds.
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Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL17044470M

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