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Norman Doe
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The Law of the Church in Wales

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The Church in Wales is regulated by a complicated body of rules that are the product of continuous historical development, theological reflection and practical action. These express, in a concrete way, ideas that the Church has about its own identity, mission, standards and organization. The rules themselves are located in a large number of different instruments. They are...more
Hardcover, 390 pages
Published July 25th 2002 by University of Wales Press
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