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This is a 30-minute activity.
Invite participants to consider:
James Luther Adams called his experience in Germany "a kind of conversion." Adams encountered a situation which caused him to rethink the commitments required by his own faith and to plunge himself into the activities of voluntary associations that worked for justice.
Invite participants to form groups of four to respond to the questions you have posted. Allow fifteen minutes for groups to discuss. Then, invite all to rejoin the larger group and share observations and responses.
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Last updated on Thursday, February 21, 2013.
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