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Miroslav Volf on Trends in American Religion & the Challenge of Exclusion and Embrace in Christian Practice

Miroslav Volf considers American religion's deep running vitality in the culture and its inventive re-creation of itself in ever new forms before turning to the complexities of maintaining boundaries that sustain personal and faith identities and the necessity of "gates" in those boundaries that allow hospitable, mutually enlightening interaction with others of different faiths and cultures.

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