2 edition of New life in old towns found in the catalog.
New life in old towns
Robert Matthew, Johnson-Marshall and Partners.
1971 by H.M.S.O. .
Written in English
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In the New Testament, and some verses in the Old Testament, we run into something known as the “Book of Life” a number times. Below are the references for a few of them as well as a sentence or two about what the verses teach us about the Book of Life.
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But there are communities that have challenged the notion new is better and strive to keep the look and feel that drew residents to their towns in the first place.
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