The global church is one in which Christians are both connected to and conscious of other faiths and denominations, says a Georgetown scholar of religion.
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Even after the worst atrocities, forgiveness is possible, says a South African psychologist and researcher. At its core lies empathy, the turning point where people encounter and recognize each other as human beings.
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