Rethinking the status quo in modern Christianity, Viola has helped thousands of Christians to deepen their relationship to Jesus and experience a more vibrant, authentic expression of church.
His blog, Beyond Evangelical, is one of the most popular in Christian circles today, ranking in the top 10 of all Christian blogs on the Web. Viola has written a series of well-read articles called Rethinking. Frank Viola’s message has enabled God’s people to:
- Understand, reclaim, and embrace the explosive gospel of the kingdom.
- Encounter Jesus Christ through the Scriptures in a fresh and powerful way.
- Discover how to live by the indwelling life of Christ.
- Replace guilt, condemnation, and performance-based religion with freedom and love for others.
- Experience face-to-face community that’s vibrant and centered on Jesus.
- Discover what God’s ultimate intention is and how to live for it.
- Live free from legalism on the one hand and libertinism (license to sin) on the other.
- Awaken a love for Jesus that is motivated by His peerless beauty rather than religious duty.
Frank’s ministry answers the common cry, “There’s got to be more to the Christian life than this.”
According to his blog – frankviola.org – Viola’s mission is to help serious followers of Jesus know their Lord more deeply so they can experience real transformation and make a lasting impact.
Frank Viola preaching in Reno, NV
Viola has written numerous books on the deeper Christian life and radical church reform, including the bestsellers God’s Favorite Place on Earth, From Eternity to Here, Jesus Manifesto (coauthored with Len Sweet), and Pagan Christianity (co-authored with George Barna) as well as Revise Us Again, Finding Organic Church, Reimagining Church, Insurgence, ReGrace, and Jesus Now.
Frank’s books and articles have been translated into Spanish, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Dutch, German, French, Swedish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and other languages.
He has traveled extensively throughout the continental United States and overseas, having spoken in various locations including Canada, Switzerland, Ireland, South Africa, Chile, Argentina, Holland, and Germany.
Viola’s ability to frame old issues in fresh ways is a hallmark of both his writing and speaking.
As such, he is regarded as a vibrant voice for this generation, bringing piercing insights into important issues.
He has a low tolerance for canned answers and religious platitudes, and bring a unique perspective on Christian topics.
Viola has been quoted in TIME magazine and has written for or contributed interviews to Christianity Today, Relevant, Life Today, Charisma, Ministry Today, Prism, Good News, CBN, Neue, Out of Ur, The Christian Post, Rethink, The Ooze, Next-Wave, Rick Warren’s Pastor Toolbox Newsletter, ForMinistry, OpenHeaven, House2House, InSpirit, Allelon, New Reformation, Ginkworld, The Cutting Edge, New Wineskins,The Pneuma Review, etc.
“Frank Viola is a prophetic voice in the contemporary Christian milieu. Through his prolific publishing and conference-speaking output, Frank has informed, challenged, and deepened the spiritual lives of many over the past decade, myself included. Frank’s pen played a key role in introducing me to knowing Jesus in an organic community of God’s friends, combining meticulous research and firsthand experience into books that capture heart and mind. He brings years of alternative church experience to the table, offering fresh (even radical, “to the root”) thinking to bear on old questions, while pioneering new questions few have asked.
I’ve found in my own circles of friends that Frank’s writing and speaking appeals to a broad cross-section of people in my life evangelicals and post-evangelicals, charismatics and contemplatives, as well as my curious friends not on a Christian path. He seems to have the ear of both the ever-growing organic church movement and the emerging/missional church conversation like few others. Frank’s love for God, his provocative writing and teaching, and his church planting experience make him a vital voice in our time. I look forward to much more to come!”
Editor for The Ooze and contributor to the Burnside Writers Collective and Relevant Magazine.
A Survey of Frank Viola’s Published Books
Viola, Frank (2019). ReGrace. Baker Books. Covers the shocking beliefs of the great Christians and how their stories can teach us about civility and extending grace to others amid our disagreements.
Viola, Frank (2018). Insurgence. Baker Books. Explores the explosive gospel of the kingdom, reclaiming it for this generation.
Viola, Frank (2017). There Must Be More. Present Testimony Ministry. An 800-page keepsake contains Viola’s unpublished writings from 2008-2016. See ViolaTitan.com.
Viola, Frank and Leonard Sweet (2016). Jesus Speaks. Thomas Nelson. Comprehensive yet simple-to-read treatment on how to recognize and respond to the voice of Jesus.
Viola, Frank and Mary DeMuth (2015). The Day I Met Jesus. Baker Books. Retells the story of five women in the Gospels from their perspectives, adds practical teaching as well.
Viola, Frank (2014). Jesus Now. David C. Cook. Explores the seven present-day ministries of Christ. Answers the questions, “What has Jesus been doing since His ascension until His second coming?” What is His ministry today?”
Viola, Frank (2013). God’s Favorite Place on Earth. David C. Cook. Amazing narrative of Jesus and the little village of Bethany and the amazing things that took place there. Told from the viewpoint of Lazarus.
Viola, Frank and Leonard Sweet (2012). Jesus: A Theography. Thomas Nelson. Tells the story of Jesus Christ from Genesis to Revelation.
Viola, Frank (2011). Revise Us Again. David C. Cook. A groundbreaking book on spiritual formation that explores ten areas of the Christian life that are rarely navigated. Deep, incisive, encouraging, insightful and illuminating.
Viola, Frank and Leonard Sweet (2010). Jesus Manifesto. Thomas Nelson. A stunning unveiling of the Person of Jesus Christ that is fresh and moving. Glowingly endorsed by over 30 influential Christians as a message that is both timeless and timely. Amazon Bestseller: Reaching #6 out of all books.
Viola, Frank (2009). Finding Organic Church. David C. Cook. The most practical book on organic church that Frank has ever written. Based on over 20 years of living in and planting organic churches, this is an essential and comprehensive guide that provides practical, effective tools for finding, starting, and sustaining vibrant Christian communities under the headship of Christ. Includes an extensive treatment of apostles and apostolic ministry. Amazon Bestseller: Reaching #12 out of all books.
Viola, Frank (2009). From Eternity to Here. David C. Cook. Frank’s magnum opus. An amazing presentation of the grand narrative of the Bible—God’s Eternal Purpose. The definitive missional book for our times, a tour de force. CBA Bestseller: Reaching #16. Parable Bestseller: Reaching #5 out of all books.
Viola, Frank (2008). Reimagining Church. David C. Cook. The constructive sequel to Pagan Christianity. This is a theology of church as organism rather than church as organization. Nominated for Best 2008 Book Award “Christian Leadership” category by Outreach Magazine.
Viola, Frank and George Barna (2008). Pagan Christianity. Tyndale. The most controversial book of our time. An exhaustive and strongly-documented history of where our church practices came from. Note: This is not a stand-alone book. It’s only the first half of the conversation. Reimagining Church presents the second half. Amazon Bestseller: Reaching #11 out of all books.
Viola, Frank (2005). The Untold Story of the New Testament Church. Destiny Image. This book is being revised and expanded and will release at a future date.
GO HERE TO READ FRANK’S DISCOGRAPHY – which contains the Table of Contents and sample chapters for each book in his library.
Viola is known for his careful scholarship and theological insights, putting them to pen in an easy-to-read, accessible manner.
The following reputable scholars have endorsed his various works:
Insurgence (Baker, 2018) – Frank’s signature book on the explosive gospel of the kingdom. #1 New Release in Theology (Amazon).
In this insightful and transformative book, Frank Viola reveals with crystal clarity just how far removed our truncated gospel is from the kingdom of God that Jesus embodied and that He calls and empowers His followers to embody. I am convinced that this wisdom-packed book will be used by God to completely transform the lives of many who dare to read it.
Greg Boyd, Pastor of Woodland Hills Church and bestselling author
Let me be clear—Insurgence: Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom is not a book offering yet another parochial debate over some inconsequential point of theology. On the contrary, Viola’s message strikes at the heart of the core message of Christianity.
Dr. Michael S. Heiser, Scholar-in-Residence for Logos Bible Software, bestselling author of The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible, and host of the Naked Bible Podcast.
I own thousands of books, but there’s a very small handful of books that I keep on my desk to re-read and refer to on a regular basis. Frank Viola’s Insurgence: Reclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom is one of those books. This isn’t just a book – it’s a revelation of how we as Christians should be living our lives in today’s culture. Get the book. It will dramatically change how you look at the rest of your life.
Phil Cooke, Ph.D., filmmaker, media consultant, and author of The Way Back: How Christians Blew Our Credibility and How We Get It Back.
Craig Keener, Professor of New Testament and Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary
Frank Viola has a winsome and compelling way of drawing his readers into the fullness of loving well, learning well, and living well. In his newest work, he persuasively draws us into the holy aspiration of being captivated by Jesus, the world’s true Messiah and King. Insurgence portrays a powerful vision of the righteousness, shalom, and joy of the Kingdom of God through a people whose identity is derived from Him, not the work they do for Him.
Kenneth Boa, theologian and author of Conformed to His Image
There is an insurgence or a convergence of God’s people rallying around a fuller, more biblical articulation of the gospel. This insurgence isn’t just about getting our message straight, it’s about straightening out the lives of our churches. Nothing could be more important in our day. In this book, Frank Viola issues an impassioned plea to join this insurgence that appeals not simply to the head but especially to the heart.
John Nugent, Bible and Theology Professor, author of Endangered Gospel: How Fixing the World is Killing the Church
The Day I Met Jesus (Baker, 2015) – CBA Bestseller.
Jesus, from the very beginning, has been ‘good news for women.’ Perhaps that news has rarely been needed more clearly than in our day. One reads of His encounters with the women described in this book with a sense of wonder that these interactions took place two thousand years ago. He is good news for women still.
John Ortberg, pastor and author
The Day I Met Jesus is a refreshing look at five women in the Gospels, telling their stories in a way that brings them to life but at the same time based on careful research into the real world in which they lived. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and could not put it down. Through the eyes of women whose lives Jesus touched, this book invites us to see Jesus more deeply. It ministered to broken places in my own heart.”
Craig Keener, professor of New Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary
Jesus Now (David C. Cook, 2014) – CBA Bestseller.
I’m not aware of any other work that so clearly fleshes out the present ministry of Christ. Using a style that is engaging and accessible to all, Frank discusses Jesus as our High Priest, our Shepherd, our Bridegroom. He then unpacks what the New Testament has to say about Jesus as the Author and Finisher of our faith, as the builder and head of the Church, and as Lord of the world. I believe readers will find this work not only informative, but transformative. The first chapter alone will set free many who live in condemnation.
Greg Boyd, author and pastor
Frank Viola is a master at the discipline of historical context, and Jesus Now is a masterpiece that shows us how to ‘Christify’ our story–to move from an unscripted spirituality to a scripturally scripted identity.
Leonard Sweet, author and professor
God’s Favorite Place on Earth (David C. Cook, 2013) – Amazon bestseller, reaching #13 on Amazon out of all 12 million titles.
This book exudes love for Jesus. Its creative format offers an inviting window for valuable meditations on what we can learn about the Lord and our relationship with Him from His life and that of some of His closest friends.
Craig Keener, author and professor
Combining masterful storytelling, historical knowledge, biblical insight and practical wisdom, Frank artfully uses the Gospels’ depiction of Lazarus and the small town of Bethany to lay out a beautiful and compelling vision of a God who longs to make every human heart and every church ‘His favorite place.’ In the process, Frank prophetically exposes the subtle but all-important difference between hearts that embrace Jesus and hearts that merely appear to do so. This is a beautifully written, timely, prophetic work all would benefit from reading!
Greg Boyd, pastor and theologian
Frank Viola’s pen and voice are consistently both penetrating and trustworthy. Beyond his invitingly beautiful writing skill—which makes reading a joy and a sight-seeing tour that brings God’s Word into 3-D when he relates narrative passages, I’m grateful for the depth of his themes. Frank probes the ‘deep calls unto deep’ content of the Holy Spirit’s call within the Scriptures, and awakens that hunger that must be regularly fed to secure renewal in each of us. God’s Favorite Place on Earth is the kind of book I’ve discovered I need to periodically find and read; thereby keeping ‘the fallow ground’ of my own soul plowed, re-sown and watered, in order to continue fruitfulness and to deepen the root system of my spiritual walk and growth in Christ.
Jack Hayford, renowned pastor and author
Jesus Manifesto (Thomas Nelson, 2010) – Amazon bestseller, reaching #6 on Amazon out of all 12 million titles.
This is a really exhilarating reintroduction to a Jesus who seems sometimes to have become a stranger to the Church; a passionate and joyful celebration of God with us, which cuts right through churchy quarrelling and brings us back to wonder, love and praise – and the urgent desire to make Him known to all.
Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, theologian and scholar
Jesus Manifesto is the most powerful work on Christ I have read in recent years. The Christ of the Empty Tomb is back among us. Sweet and Viola have beckoned us to return back to Olivet and renew our souls. I was hushed by its welcome authority. I found a lump in my throat as I read through page after page of Biblical witness to the one and only, incomparable Christ in whom alone is our Salvation. You must read this book. All of us must, and then we must believe in this book, rise and advance on our culture with the truth we have lately backed away from in our faulty attempt to play fair at the cost of our God-given mission.
Calvin Miller, professor of preaching and pastoral ministry at Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama; Author, Preaching: The Art of Narrative Exposition and The Singer
From beginning to end, authentic Christianity is all about Jesus and, ultimately, nothing but Jesus. No one has proclaimed this more clearly and persuasively than Viola and Sweet. Jesus Manifesto is an important and powerful prophetic call for the Martha-like Church to get back to doing “the one thing that is needful.”
Dr. Gregory A. Boyd, Senior Pastor, Woodland Hills Church, Maplewood, MN; Author, Present Perfect, The Myth of a Christian Nation, and The Jesus Legend.
Do you ever feel that “Jesus has left the building”? The Christian religion promises so much in terms of power, forgiveness, joy and intimacy but sometimes it feels that those promises are just words. Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola have a radical and Biblical solution, to wit, Jesus. Read this book and you’ll find your heart “strangely warmed.” That warmth is Him … Jesus. This book could change your life and the lives of everyone who cares about the church. I rise up and call the authors blessed!
Steve Brown, Seminary professor at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Author and the host of the syndicated talk show, Steve Brown, Etc.
Amidst the many voices calling the church to the work of justice, Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola call us first to Jesus from which all justice flows. Together they help us see how the vision of Christ’s supremacy makes possible any and all faithful engagement with the world. There are times when a profound and significant truth needs to be said simply. The Jesus Manifesto does just that with an intensity appropriate to the message! I applaud it and I recommend it.
David Fitch, Author, pastor, professor, Northern Seminary
If the Christian church is to fulfill its missional vocation in the world, its life and witness must be bound at every point to the self-revelation of God in Jesus Christ, who is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. While this certainly means wrestling with perennial questions concerning the person and work of Jesus, it also means taking ourselves less seriously and remembering that the answers we give to these questions are not the foundation on which the church stands or falls. In this book Sweet and Viola powerfully remind us that the gospel is not ultimately about doctrines, methods, and programs, but the living presence of Jesus Christ. In calling on Christians of all traditions to refocus our attention on the supremacy of Jesus Christ they have provided a clarion call to the most central aspect of faithful witness — He must become greater and we must become less.
John R. Franke, Clemens Professor of Missional Theology, Biblical Seminary; Author, Manifold Witness: The Plurality of Truth
Len Sweet’s and Frank Viola’s new book, Jesus Manifesto: Restoring the Supremacy and Sovereignty of Jesus Christ, comes at a good time and calls us back to the only life-giving and life-sustaining and hope-generating center that we are to have: Jesus Christ. This book is not an argument or a logical case but a series of reflections all doing the same thing, is to show that at the center of our faith is Jesus Christ, a Person, and not a Plan. When we separate our faith from its center, it loses its luster and it cheapens it into a product. There is nothing out of the ordinary for the solid Bible reader in Jesus’ line: I am the way, the truth and the life. When we see this text as some kind of development, we are doing something wrong. Over and over Sweet and Viola bring us back to this very point, often in very clever and fresh ways. My favorite chapters: “The Occupation of All Things” and “If God Wrote Your Biography.” Both chapters are pristine expressions of how Christ-drenched our faith is.
Scot McKnight, Karl A. Olsson Professor in Religious Studies, North Park University
From Eternity to Here (David C. Cook, 2009) – CBA Bestseller.
Frank continues to challenge the church-at-large with a powerful mind, an impassioned voice, and a love for the Bride of Christ. You need to get this book and wrestle with Frank through the biblical passages regarding our identity in Christ as His body and the mission our God has entrusted to us.
Ed Stetzer, author and speaker
When you’re as old as I am, I don’t hear new stuff. You can hardly say anything about religion that I haven’t heard several times. But this is so new to me. It’s a whole new way of looking at the Scriptures, at Jesus, at the church, and at me. You’re going to love this book.
Steve Brown, author, seminary professor, and talk-radio show host
Of all the sticks of TNT that Frank Viola has launched into a sleepy, status quo church, this grenade has the most explosive potential to make the church unashamed of the gospel and to release God’s dynamic power for salvation.
Leonard Sweet, author and professor
I just finished From Eternity To Here. I’m in process of reading it again. It has moved into my top ten books. It informs the mind with great theology. It transforms the heart because the matchless vision of Jesus and His grace. And it inspires a love for God’s eternal purpose, the Church by inviting others to experience God’s eternal purpose. Brilliant.
Derwin Gray, pastor and author
Pagan Christianity (Tyndale, 2008) – Frank’s sod-turning book with George Barna in 2008 was also a bestseller, hitting #11 on Amazon out of all books and selling over 130,000 copies.
This book provides a useful service in peeling back the layers of tradition, showing the origins of much that we today call “church.” Christians who want to be biblically faithful, regardless of their particular tradition or church form, can learn and benefit from the book.
Howard Snyder, author, historian, professor
At a time when God is clearly ‘shaking the foundations’ of the way many think about the church, this book is timely and helpful. For this reason I heartily recommend it.
Greg Boyd, author and pastor
Anyone interested in the worship of the New Testament church and how that was altered through the centuries will find Frank Viola’s PAGAN CHRISTIANITY very useful. The authors’ position is clear and quite well documented.
Graydon F. Snyder, professor
PAGAN CHRISTIANITY contains a wide variety of interesting and helpful historical information of which most Christians – or non-Christians – will be completely unaware. The book identifies – in part or in whole – the pagan roots of many of our current church practices, as well as indicates some borrowed from earlier Jewish or, occasionally, more recent Customs.
Robert Banks, author and professor
Remagining Church (David C. Cook, 2008). The constructive sequel to Pagan Christianity, Reimagining Church was nominated for Best 2008 Book Award “Christian Leadership” category by Outreach Magazine.
In Reimagining Church, Frank Viola is at the top of his game, showing a serene, soaring mastery of the theology of church as organism rather than organization.
Leonard Sweet, author and professor
The body of Christ has been stifled by human traditions for far too long. Reimagining Church charts a fresh course for the church that recovers the simplicity of Christ and listens seriously to what the voice of the Great Shepherd is saying to His people.
Jon Zens, M.Div., D.Min., author and scholar
Viola has been recognized as a significant force in the development and proliferation of organic missional churches, the higher Christian life, and the gospel of the kingdom.
He has spent more than two decades gathering with and pioneering an alternative approach to conventional Christian faith that is in line with New Testament principles.
Organic missional churches offer a more natural approach to worship that focuses on individuals’ relationships with God and other group members. It is a form of church that has strong biblical roots as well.
The emphasis of these groups is every-member functioning, the supremacy of Christ, and the gospel of the kingdom.
Frank Viola preaching in Dallas, TX
Frank Viola author’s earlier books emphasized that organic missional churches enable Jesus Christ to be known deeply and expressed.
In such a setting, together, church members explore Christ’s infinite riches and work to bring His Word in a vibrant way to the lives of others.
Frank’s later’s books are on the deeper Christian life, Jesus Studies, and the gospel of the kingdom, which is his present focus.
A highly sought after conference speaker, author Frank Viola spreads the message of the supremacy of Jesus by offering numerous online resources dedicated to the discussion of Christian community and the teachings of Jesus Christ and the apostles.
As an extrovert, Viola enjoys team work efforts.
In addition to writing with Barna and Sweet and DeMuth, Viola has also done co-writing projects with Greg Boyd and Derwin Gray.
Viola also has a popular podcast on the gospel of the kingdom – The Insurgence Podcast – where he holds off-the-cuff conversations with a pastor and a theologian.
The podcast is known for its challenges to the religious status quo and its humor and wit.
Aside from participating in speaking engagements, authoring numerous books, maintaining his blog, running a highly-ranked podcast, and leading in the missional church and kingdom studies, Frank Viola stays active in helping the poor and oppressed.
A past sponsor of Rotary International and the Christian Fellowship of Students, Viola currently donates his time and money to Bread for the World, Heifer International, and has aided a number of homeless ministries.
He also works to help a number of poor people individually. (Search “the poor” on his blog, frankviola.org.)
Additionally, Viola enjoys reading the Bible and participating in discussions of ecclesiology, spirituality, theology, and philosophy.
Recognized for his vast knowledge of church history, the Scriptures, and the deeper Christian life, Viola is a featured speaker in conferences, Christian colleges, seminaries, and churches of all kinds.
His work has aided others in rediscovering a deeper spirituality and enriching their personal relationships with the Lord.
Utilizing smaller groups, Viola endeavors to offer an alternative experience that encourages discussion of both old and new questions and topics.
Known for his clever wit and sophisticated humor, Viola’s popular podcast — Christ is All – has over 120 episodes to date. Some of the episodes are conference messages, others are monologues, interviews, and humorous sketches.
The Christ is All podcast has over 1.5 million downloads, more than Ben Shapiro, Serial, NPR, and Dave Ramsey. (See image below.)
As a public speaker, Frank offers a fresh perspective on spiritual transformation and mission.
He has shared his insights on a host of subjects, including God’s eternal purpose, Jesus Christ’s centrality and supremacy, spiritual life, church planting, and church renewal.
Taking inspiration from the manner in which Jesus preached to his apostles, Viola supports the notion of an organic missional church as an alternative to the kinds of worship with which most people are familiar.
Again, these concepts are explored in depth in Viola’s early books Pagan Christianity, Reimagining Church, and Finding Organic Church, which reached considerable levels of success through sales on Amazon.com.
Frank’s more popular books are about Jesus, the kingdom of God, and deeper Christian life themes. Most notably, Insurgence, ReGrace, Jesus Manifesto, Revise Us Again, From Eternity to Here, Jesus Now, God’s Favorite Place on Earth, and Jesus: A Theography.
See frankviola.org/books for all of these titles.
Frank Viola was born on October 12, 1964 in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Viola’s parents are second generation Italian coming to the United States from Italy — Sicily and Naples, respectively.
At an early age, Viola’s family moved to upstate New York where the author grew up. They then moved to Florida when Frank was 13 and he’s lived in Florida ever since.
He attended the University of South Florida, majoring in psychology, philosophy, and political science (social science ed.)
Viola is happily married to his wife who is from Southern Georgia. He is also a father and proud dog and cat owner.
He doesn’t profit from his book sales, but gives his book income to ministry expenses and the poor.
One writer observes,
“Contemporary theologian Frank Viola has long urged the Christian church to return to its biblical roots. As a noted speaker and author of widely-read nonfiction books on the subject of Christianity, Viola encourages the spiritual-minded to rethink the way they worship. Rather than advocating an organized religion led by a spiritual figure such as a clergyman, he proposes a shift toward organic missional churches.
Featuring open participation among members, organic churches eschew traditional rites and strictures. The benefit of this approach, according to Frank, is that it embodies biblical teachings, not religious doctrines. Jesus is Lord in a practical, functional way.
One of the most-read blogs of its kind, Beyond Evangelical serves as a literary roadmap for believers in their quest for God’s eternal purpose and the deeper Christian life. A prolific author, Viola has penned over 800 blog posts since June 2008.
Writing predominantly on the subjects of spirituality and faith, Christian author Frank Viola supplements his numerous books and articles with speaking engagements to offer a new perspective on church reform.
Viola is an electrifying speaker. His spoken talks combine sharp wit, super biblical scholarship, and seminal insight with a creative approach to old subjects. Frank’s public speaking covers a wide range of topics including the centrality, supremacy, and all-sufficiency of Jesus Christ, the deepening of the spiritual life, Christian community, church planting, God’s eternal purpose, mission, and church renewal.”
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