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Fahlbusch, Encyclopedia of Christianity
Kia ora. I somehow doubt that it is appropriate to undertake a campaign to add the Fahlbusch Encyclopedia of Christianity to so many articles as recommended reading. Even now it seems excessive, but by the time you get from the A articles to the Z articles it will be quite evidently so. That is at least my opinion. Esoglou (talk) 18:56, 8 September 2013 (UTC)