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Jim Croft: Charismatic Superstitions and Misconceptions

Jim Croft: Charismatic Superstitions and Misconceptions

Jim Croft, Charismatic Superstitions & Misconceptions (Mobile, AL: Evergreen Press, 2001), 115 + xi pages, ISBN 9781581690583. A valuable insight into a book can often be gained through reading the introduction, where you may find the author’s original purpose and mindset for putting pen to paper (or, in the twenty-first century, fingers to keyboard). This […]

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