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WASHINGTON (RNS) Food pantries, clothes closets and mission trips have become unquestioned bastions of America’s charitable landscape. But do these well-intended services — many of them run by religious organizations — really help the poor? According to Robert Lupton, not really. His new book, “Toxic Charity,” draws on his 40 years’ experience as an urban […]