Sun 14 August 2016, The Guardian

As traditional believers turn away, is this a new crisis of faith?

By Harriet Sherwood
T owards the end of the 100-minute service at St Luke’s in Birmingham on a sunny Sunday morning, Taryn Nabi began to shake uncontrollably. Near her, a man fell to his knees with head bowed and arms outstretched. Several people wept; some embraced.
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