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These 20th-century developments inform our study and celebration of pneumatological correspondency and/or convergence in EG, TTL, and CTC, because the converging missiological-pneumatological clarity in the three texts depends, ecumenically and academically, on the churches' mutual reception and dialogue.
Correspondency, the cytotoxicities of CTS and DTS were also lessened after inhibition of autophagy by 3-MA (Fig.
A chapter on the consequences for foreign policy, takes its theme from a contemporary comment that debate was "whether we enter into a close correspondency with France or Holland" (Roger Morrice quoted, 316).