Humanism and Chrsitianity

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Humanism and Chrsitianity. / Rabjerg, Bjørn; Stern, Robert.

22 s. www.abc.net.au/religion. 2018, Introduktion og oversættelse.

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Harvard

Rabjerg, B & Stern, R 2018, Humanism and Chrsitianity. www.abc.net.au/religion.

APA

Rabjerg, B., & Stern, R. (2018, nov 5). Humanism and Chrsitianity. www.abc.net.au/religion.

CBE

Rabjerg B, Stern R. 2018. Humanism and Chrsitianity. www.abc.net.au/religion. 22 s.

MLA

Rabjerg, Bjørn og Robert Stern, Humanism and Chrsitianity, www.abc.net.au/religion, 2018.

Vancouver

Rabjerg B, Stern R. Humanism and Chrsitianity. 2018. 22 s.

Author

Rabjerg, Bjørn ; Stern, Robert. / Humanism and Chrsitianity. 2018. www.abc.net.au/religion. 22 s.

Bibtex

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