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Member sinceDec 4, 2006

Currently readingUnited States Catholic Catechism for Adults by
unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity... and Why It Matters by David Kinnaman

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Hi Peterkirby

Im looking for an online version of the book "Panarion" [that you have]. I found it at the Google Books, but as you know - they publish just a partial view of the book - In special, I need the pages 116 and 117 [the chapter about the Nazoraeans].

Could you help me in this task?

Thanks for your attention.

Flavio Souza
Hi Peter,

I posted a message to the group on Sunday but no responses yet. I have not looked into this side of LibraryThing as much as you may have done so you might be able to tell me if I've missed something. I was wondering why, in my view at least, the Group cites only a handful of titles in common and those at the most (2). I glanced at one of your boxes and recognized several of your titles on my shelf as well but they don't appear as titles "in common" in the Group. Or does the list only show titles that all members of the group share?

Just point me to a FAQ or other if there's something obvious I've missed that would answer this for me. (I am so totally in over-learning mode at work every day with online things that I find myself at near burn-out point after-hours and like things to work just right the first time for me without having to look things up.

Thanks
Neil
Peter,

Nice to see that you signed up.

No surprise about two of those we have exclusively in common. You recommended Edouard Massaux to me.

I need to do an update of my library but am busy in trial. Also interested to check your library out.
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