New Religions, Part II: Toronto Blessing NPR's series on new religious movements continues today with the fastest growing Christian church. The Toronto Blessing is a Pentecostal church, in which the worshippers display a personal, physical connection with God through manifestations such as speaking in tongues and barking like dogs. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.
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New Religions, Part II: Toronto Blessing

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NPR's series on new religious movements continues today with the fastest growing Christian church. The Toronto Blessing is a Pentecostal church, in which the worshippers display a personal, physical connection with God through manifestations such as speaking in tongues and barking like dogs. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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