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What Does It Talk About? - Promotional Series of The Atheist - cover

What Does It Talk About? - Promotional Series of The Atheist

The Atheist

Publisher: The Atheist

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Promotional copy no 3 of the Promotional Series "What Is It About?" gives an idea about the main book "Stoning The Homosexuals?!" which aims at unmasking the cunning Cult-Churches that talk about death to homosexuals. 

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