A conversation with historian and popular author Diana Butler Bass about her upbringing, Jesus as presence, memoir theology, and more
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Anyone can see the rippling effects of God's kingdom in buildings, movements, and practices. I couldn't comprehend it all without Diana Butler Bass.
When I was baptized at 12, I refused what Baptists call “the right hand of fellowship.” I wanted the water but not the fellowship.
When the congregation starts reciting the creed, I do one of two things: argue with it in my head, or zone out and stop listening.
We can't predict the future, but we can look at the interesting things that are happening now, and we can dream about where God might be calling us. When imagining what might be coming, there are a few approaches or attitudes that can orient us.