Divine Impulses Take Two: Karen Armstrong's search for God
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Divine Impulses Take Two: Karen Armstrong's search for God

The religion historian and author of 'The Case for God' talks with OnFaith's Sally Quinn about the 'idolatry' of orthodoxy and how she, who once called herself a 'freelance monotheist,' defines her spirituality today. (Video by Elizabeth Tenety)

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