Healing Our Religious Wounds: Religious Healing - The Power Of Wholeness

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Presented on April 25, 2010

As an activist, speaker, and author, Bishop John Shelby Spong is an outspoken advocate for church reform. He shares a message of life based on love not hate, inclusion rather than exclusion, opportunity not discrimination, and intelligent, questioning faith rather than blind belief. The topic for the first part of this program is “The Power of Guilt.” Part two is “The Power of Wholeness.”

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