Will Campbell, who died last month, referred to himself as a bootleg preacher. A lawyer once asked him where he went to church. Campbell said that depends on your definition of church. The lawyer replied that church is a community of baptized believers. Campbell said that the night before he was in a tavern with a neighbor whose wife had just died. He watched him get drunk and helped him a bit. Campbell said he knew the people in that tavern. “There were all baptized; they were all believers,” he said (Tennessean, June 4).