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WIthout Comment: Conversation at Yale with Ross Douthat: 'Future of Faith'

Diana Butler Bass (left), Ross Douthat (right), Robert Abernethy (center).
Diana Butler Bass (left), Ross Douthat (right), Robert Abernethy (center).
Yale Divinity School

Discussion of the Way we Live Right now, Ross Douthat says in his conversation at Yale University Divinity School... The Culture has changed, so must Christianity in the United States...

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Notes from the Quad

Hello friends, read the latest note about Future of Faith from Jeffrey Oak ’86 M.Div. ’96 Ph.D., President of the YDS Alumni Board. http://notesfromthequad.yale.edu/alumni-board-join-yds-debating-heresy-e...

Speaker books

FUTURE OF FAITH: Diana Butler Bass will join Ross Douthat to discuss their alternative visions for the future of Christianity in the U.S. Check out Diana's recent work on the subject at the link below. We hope you'll join us (and invite your friends and colleagues). Check out Bass's book entitled, "Christianity after Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening" (HarperOne, 2012) at: http://www.dianabutlerbass.com/dianasbooks.html Listen to Douthat discuss his book entitled, "Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics" at: http://www.npr.org/2012/04/14/150437554/heretics-the-crisis-of-american-...

Can Liberal Christianity Be Saved?

Check out Ross Douthat's 2012 column "Can Liberal Christianity Be Saved?" http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/15/opinion/sunday/douthat-can-liberal-chr...

Yale Divinity School says on its website:

Date

Thu Apr 25, 2013 3:00pm EDT — Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:30pm EDT

About

The Future of Faith is a two-part event featuring author and scholar Diana Butler Bass and New York Times Op-Ed columnist Ross Douthat. The events will be moderated by Bob Abernethy, host of Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, and Lillian Daniel writer and UCC pastor. The program will begin at 3:00 p.m. The first hour will focus on "The Future of Faith: Two Views." The second hour will will begin at 4:30 p.m. and focus on the "Future of Faith and Church Life." About the speakers: Ross Douthat is an Op-Ed columnist at The New York Times. Previously, he was a senior editor at the Atlantic and a blogger for theatlantic.com. His most recent book is “Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics” (Free Press, 2012). He is also the author of “Privilege: Harvard and the Education of the Ruling Class” (Hyperion, 2005) and the co-author, with Reihan Salam, of “Grand New Party: How Republicans Can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream” (Doubleday, 2008). He is the film critic for National Review. A native of New Haven, Conn., he now lives in Washington, D.C. Diana Butler Bass is an author, speaker, and independent scholar specializing in American religion and culture. She holds a Ph.D. in religious studies from Duke University and is the author of eight books, including Christianity After Religion: The End of Church and the Birth of a New Spiritual Awakening (HarperOne, 2012). Her other books include A People's History of Christianity: The Other Side of the Story (HarperOne, 2009), nominated for a Library of Virginia literary award, and the best-selling Christianity for the Rest of Us: How the Neighborhood Church is Transforming the Faith (2006). Veteran television news correspondent Bob Abernethy is the executive editor and host of RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY, which he developed and created for PBS in 1997 and is now marking its 12th season on the air. The half-hour newsmagazine has been widely praised by critics and won numerous awards for its thoughtful and insightful coverage of all religions, all denominations and all expressions of spirituality in American life, as well as for balanced presentation of the profound moral issues facing the nation. Lillian Daniel is senior pastor at First Congregational Church in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, a board member for Interfaith Worker Justice, and author of When “Spiritual but Not Religious” Is Not Enough (Jericho Books).

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