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By Lyle E. Schaller

With remarkable perception and fascinating description, Schaller finds the explanations in the back of the global emergence of Seven-Days-a-Week megachurches, that are likely to be inclusive and pluralistic whereas small church buildings usually tend to be homogeneou

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