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The Organizing Principle In The Curriculum Of Christian Education:  Protestant Trends
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An investigation of administrative cooperation among small Protestant colleges with a model for computer teleconferencing
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Industrial mathematics for tenth grade students.
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The educational contribution of certain secular and religious private schools.
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Common fractions in the elementary school.
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Some Characteristics Of A Selected Sample Of Free Methodist Pastoral Dropouts
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Teaching addition and subtraction of common fractions in grade five.
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A study of the hymn in the worship services of the United Missionary Church
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A survey of selected theories and experiments concerning common fractions.
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Religious education in church and independent colleges
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Annual Holy Convocation of the Church of God in Christ (100th: 2007), day program
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Annual Holy Convocation of the Church of God in Christ (87th: 1994)
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Social group work in the church setting: Social group work as understood by Protestant ministers served by Church Welfare Bureau
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The meaning theory for the teaching of fractions.
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A survey of the methods used in the division-of-fractions process.
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The psychology of religious forms of worship in the English speaking churches of the city of Los Angeles
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Contributions of the Protestant churches toward the solution of basic Philippine economic problems, 1946 to 1957
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A survey of released-time education in the United States
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An analysis of the curricular offerings of certain types of private secondary schools
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 The Quadrennial Inaugural Celebration, 1981
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Textbook techniques in the presentation of concepts pertaining to the teaching of precentage.
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The function of music within the Greater Los Angeles Sunday School Association
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A voice of reason: The story of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
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Continuity and change in an ethical tradition: A case study of North American Mennonite Brethren church-state rhetoric and practice 1917-1979
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