2 edition of Religion, education and madness found in the catalog.
Religion, education and madness
An inaugural lecture delivered in the Univeristy of Birmingham School of Education on 26 February 1991.
|Statement||by John M. Hull.|
|Series||CREDAR lecture series -- no.2|
|Contributions||University of Birmingham. Centre for Religious Education Development and Research.|
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