Diana Butler Bass: Christianity After Religion

As we read about the rise of the spiritual but not religious, how do we respond? Do we think of it as a threat? A challenge? Or do we resonate with the category?

What are the SBNR’s telling us about the church? How should the church be responding?

Join us for an insightful conversation with Diana Butler Bass, as she reflects on these questions with us.

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3 Responses to “Diana Butler Bass: Christianity After Religion”
  1. The title of the book is right on target and appeals to me very much. I want to read the book and share my comments.

  2. Bill Habicht says:

    Thanks for a great interview and for providing a wonderful complement to her latest book.

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