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2011 Confessional Presbyterian Journal

Jim and Camden speak about several new offerings from Naphtali Press. But a majority of the discussion focused on the latest issue of The Confessional Presbyterian Journal. The journal is a substantial volume and well worth the read. Pick up a copy today at cpjournal.com. You can also win a free copy of the journal at Historia Salutis.

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