Caring about apathy

June 2001
Christian Science Monitor;6/7/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 135, p19
Discusses apathy, in light of predictions of voter apathy in Great Britain's elections for prime minister, and how prayer can address and change the mental state of apathy.


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