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Scholar Craig Keener rediscovers the reality of divine intervention.
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Working together, churches are breathing new life into a decaying California city.
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Michael Lindsay says adherents of the movement can now be found in powerful positions in every niche of American life.
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How Luis Palau, thousands of volunteers, and a gay mayor are trying to transform Portland.
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Former Harvard astronomer Owen Gingerich challenges the notion that religion and science inhabit separate spheres.
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