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Religious pluralism is a fact of American life, according to a number of religion writers.
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Ministry at Ground Zero

The day after the September 11 attacks propelled St. Paul's Chapel into the role of nonstop ministry at the site of the World Trade Center, someone asked Rev. Lyndon Harris when they would "go back to being a church." But there was no going back. St. Paul's had never before been so alive to the demands of the day. 
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A roll-up-your-sleeves life journey

Mary Ridgway sees the church she works to direct as designed to be a "24/7 activity"—one in which members are there to give, as well as to get.
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HEALED IN CHURCH

For a couple of years, my wrists hurt.
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Seminary president envisions expanded role for church

The president of New York's Union Theological Seminary says he is "irrevocably Christian." But Dr. Joseph Hough is also quick to qualify. "I'll be a better Christian," he says, "if I'll really give credit and acknowledge that the God I worship is large enough to be seen in a lot of ways."
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In anticipation of the opening of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity later this year, the Sentinel regularly prints excerpts from the collections of previously unpublished writings.
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Matty the Prayer Warrior
Testimony of Healing

Struck in the eye

My vision cleared well before the final checkup.

Testimony of Healing

I knew I had to face my fear head-on.

Testimony of Healing

I spent a lot of time studying "the scientific statement of being."

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People are having their own sober second thoughts about off-loading the responsibility for their well-being.

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