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A study of the traditional Japanese concept of obligation in the light of Christianity / By Bonnevieve M. Johnson. [print]

by Johnson, Bonnevieve M [author].

Material type: Text Text; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Publication details: 1956Dissertation note: Thesis M.A. Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina 1956. Availability: Items available for loan: G Allen Fleece Library (1)Location, call number: Dissertations - First Floor by the IT help desk office BV4070.C68J64 1956.

The new religions of Japan : a bibliography of western-language materials / H. Byron Earhart. [print]

by Earhart, H. Byron [author].

Series: Michigan papers in Japanese studies ; no. 9Edition: second edition.Material type: Text Text; Format: print ; Literary form: Not fiction Publication details: Ann Arbor : Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, [(c)1983Availability: Items available for reference: G Allen Fleece Library: Not for loan (1)Location, call number: Reference (1st floor - front of library) Z7834.J3 E2 1983.

Essays on the Modern Japanese Church Christianity in Meiji Japan / Yamaji Aizan ; translated by Graham Squires ; with introductory essays by Graham Squires and A. Hamish Ion. [print]

by Yamaji, Aizan, 1865-1917 [author] | Ion, A. Hamish | Squires, Graham, 1955- | Project Muse [].

Material type: Text Text; Format: available online remote; Literary form: Not fiction Language: English Original language: Japanese Publication details: Ann Arbor, Mich : Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, [(c)1999; Baltimore, Maryland : Project MUSE, 2020Online access: Click here to access online Availability: Items available for loan: G Allen Fleece Library (2)Location, call number: Online BR1307.Y363 1999, ...

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