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Jim Antal calls for a green reformation among churches.
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James Hudnut-Beumler profiles churches, ministries, and movements with long-held traditions and potential for change.
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William Pitts examines the era when the Social Gospel was new—and controversial.
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Allen Hilton profiles churches that are uniting people across ideological differences.
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