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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Ashton, John, Whyte, Tom
John Ashton D.Litt., Fellow of Wolfson College and former lecturer in theology at Oxford University, is one of the foremost biblical scholars of his generation. He has also taught in the universities of London, St. Andrews, and Edinburgh and is the author of numerous books on religion and theology Tom Whyte, a former BBC journalist, studied theology and philosophy at Oxford and received his master's degree in comparative religion at London's world-renowned School of Oriental and African StudiesAshton, John is the author of 'Quest for Paradise Visions of Heaven and Eternity in the World's Myths and Religions', published 2001 under ISBN 9780062517357 and ISBN 006251735X.
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