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June 5, 1997 | 8:00 pmI often thought that I must have been put into the wrong slot when I was born," writes Nan Fink in her new book, "Stranger in the Midst: A Memoir of Spiritual Discovery" (Basic Books, $23), a chronicle of her conversion to Judaism.
Fink's devout Christian fundamentalist grandmother...