Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity: from Hermas to Aquinas

B.J. Koet (Editor)

Research output: Book/ReportBook editingScientific

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLeuven
PublisherPeeters Publishers
Number of pages292
ISBN (Print)9789042927575
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameStudies in the history and antropology of religion
No.3

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Koet, B. J. (Ed.) (2012). Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity: from Hermas to Aquinas. (Studies in the history and antropology of religion; No. 3). Leuven: Peeters Publishers.
Koet, B.J. (Editor). / Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity : from Hermas to Aquinas. Leuven : Peeters Publishers, 2012. 292 p. (Studies in the history and antropology of religion; 3).
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Koet, BJ (ed.) 2012, Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity: from Hermas to Aquinas. Studies in the history and antropology of religion, no. 3, Peeters Publishers, Leuven.

Dreams as Divine Communication in Christianity : from Hermas to Aquinas. / Koet, B.J. (Editor).

Leuven : Peeters Publishers, 2012. 292 p. (Studies in the history and antropology of religion; No. 3).

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