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  • ...ire]], the son of a [[Baptist]] pastor. He began his songwriting career in 1972.
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  • Beth Warden became a [[Christian]] in [[:Category:1972|1972]]. [[Category:1972|1972]]
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  • ...nd was founded by guitarists and songwriters Bob Hartman and Greg Hough in 1972, while they were studying at the Christian Training Center in Fort Wayne, I
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  • ...eir church is the self-proclaimed prophet of God, The Watchtower, April 1, 1972, p. 197.
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  • W. Ian Walker became a [[Christian]] in 1972, when he gave his heart to the Lord. Ian was raised in Christian family, w
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  • * CFCP Courtenay/CFWB Campbell River 1972-74;
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  • ...c scene that opened the door widely for other artists when he released his 1972 album, Only Visiting This Planet. This groundbreaking release included a cl In 1972, Norman made his first screen appearance with his favorite actor, Burgess M
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  • The 1972 four-part movie series starting with ''A Thief in the Night'', which chroni
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  • ...ing in the teachings of a Christian teacher and author, Watchman Nee (1903-1972), and was brought to the United States by his co-worker, Witness Lee (1905-
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  • ...is discussed on p.129f. **And John R.W. Stott. Your Mind Matters. (I.V.P. 1972). 4. Josh McDowell, ed. Evidence that Demands a Verdict. (Campus Crusade, 1972), p.133.
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