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NPR's Guy Raz reports from Berlin that Germany's Federal Broadcasting Commission has banned a series of ads offering free copies of a religious book called Power for Living. The ad campaign was sponsored by the evangelical Arthur S. DeMoss Foundation. German law forbids commercials promoting an ideology or religion. Members of Germany's traditional Protestant clergy say the Power for Living ad campaign represented a dangerous trend toward American-style, mass-appeal religion.

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