Fair. No dust jacket. Hardcover; Fair+ condition; tight binding; approx. 45 of 564 pages have notes or underlining; some light shelfwear; 564 p. Includes index. (shelf C32); "The truth of faith involves discussion. The Gospel is essentially--not accidentally--controversial"
Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Cloth boards. top corners mildly bumped, corners show wear but not frayed, general shelfwear, page edges age toned, previous owners address stamp on front endpaper. Footnotes, appendix, index, 564 pp. Text clean & tight.
Good in good dust jacket. 23 cm. Binding and pages tight and clean. Chaps. 1-3 have underlinings and back endpaper Dutch poetry; dj shelfworn and has chips. 564 p. Sewn binding. Appendices. Brunner, a former Prof. of Theology in Zurich; his theology is a "must read" for Protestant pastors.
Good in Good jacket. Ex-Libris. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. DJ has light chipping & wear. Boards have shelfwear. Previous owner bookplate on fep. Pages are clean and text is free from markings. All pages secure in binding.
Good to very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. A moderate amount of underlining and margin notes. 3 p.l., 3-564 p. 22 cm. Sewn binding, Navy cloth over boards. Gilt lettering on spine. Audience: General/trade. Emil Brunner was a professor of Theology in Zurich.
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