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Diana Butler Bass on the Vitality of "re-traditioned" mainline Protestant Churches

Diana Butler Bass surveys findings from research on the factors that contribute to congregational renewal, particularly in denominations considered in the past to represent mainline or mainstream Protestantism. One major influence in such revitalization has been what she calls the recent "re-traditioning" of these congregations after a de-traditioning of their denominations in the 1960s.

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