Discourses on the Condition and Duty of Unconverted Sinners: On the Sovereignty of Grace in the Conversion of Sinners and on the Means to Be Used in the Conversion of Our Neighbors

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BiblioLife, 2015 - 248 páginas
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George Lawson is an Associate Professor of International Relations in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His research focuses on the interface between international relations and historical sociology, and on processes of radical change, most notably revolutions. He is the author of Negotiated Revolutions (2005) and editor of The Global 1989 (Cambridge, 2010, with Chris Armbruster and Michael Cox).

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