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Grappling with Questions of Belonging, Unity, and Faith

Years ago, against the advice of colleagues, Amanda Parrish Morgan taught Marilynne Robinson's debut novel, Housekeeping, to a class of high school juniors. In hindsight, she's not sure it was a good choice for 16-year-olds, but she's glad that she did then, she writes at The American Scholar. "We got to spend hours together grappling with questions of belonging, unity, faith, that common heart." [More from the Faith & Leadership Spark and American Scholar].
 

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