Author(s)African Methodist Episcopal Church.
KeywordsAfrican Methodist Episcopal Church--Discipline.
African Methodist Episcopal Church--Government.
African Methodist Episcopal Church--Doctrines.
African Methodist Episcopal Church--History.
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Abstract26th rev. ed.
xvii, 492 p. ;
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