Blacks who Died for Jesus

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Blacks who Died for Jesus
Author : Mark Hyman
File Size : 48,5 Mb
Publisher : Winston-Derek Pub
Language : English
Release Date : 01 June 1983
ISBN : 1555231365
Pages : 107 pages
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A history of saints, popes, and martyrs from the early Christian era, amazing revelations of well-known-patron saints of African descent.

Blacks who Died for Jesus

A history of saints, popes, and martyrs from the early Christian era, amazing revelations of well-known-patron saints of African descent.

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Blacks who Died for Jesus

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