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Auf Christus Schauen: Einübung In Glaube, Hoffnung, Liebe
Anyone wanting to understand Pope Benedict XVI's view of the relationship between Christianity and the world must read this eloquent book. Secular thought has failed to answer the great questions of human existence. Benedict XVI invites us to rediscover the Christ-centered basis for hope.
Published 2006 by Herder
(first published March 1991)
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