Frohlich, Mary
June 2000
Theological Studies;Jun2000, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p261
Academic Journal
Explores the theological significance of the life of Therese of Lisieux. Origins of postmodern cultural desolation; Overview on Therese's trial of faith; Role of experience in theology.


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