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The main idea in a paragraph or story is what the passage is mostly about. Everything else in the written work tells more about the main idea.
A group of Progressives commences the "social gospel" movement, [ [ seeking to create a new socially conscious version of Christianity as an alternative to the church's traditional emphasis on individual responsibility for sin and its exclusive focus on religious salvation. ] ]
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