What It Means to Be Human

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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.

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