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    A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-first Century by John Buehrens. For over a generation, conservative religion has seemed dominant in America. But there are signs of a strengthening liberal religious movement. For it to flourish, laypeople need a sense of their theological heritage. House for Hope shows how religious liberals have countered fundamentalists for generations, and provides progressives with a theological and spiritual foundation for years ahead.

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