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Signs of stirring times

On a weekend in late May this year, 52,000 men filled RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., paying $55 each to attend a "Promise Keepers" rally. They promised among other things to practice "spiritual, moral, and sexual purity"—and they bought books and tapes on living more godly lives (The Washington Post, May 28, 1995).

That same weekend, The New York Times bestseller lists were brimming with books focused in various ways on spirituality—six of the fourteen top-selling nonfiction paperback books had spiritual or inspirational themes.

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