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Yet many years later, having left the church, earned a MARS (Master of Arts in Religious Studies) from Hartford Seminary, and worked as religion reporter for the Hartford Courant, she is filled with trepidation when asked to preach/speak at a local UCC church.And yet she also can't shake the conviction that the liberal churches that would welcome her aren't "real" churches.For you heathens who didn’t catch that earlier reference to Proverbs 22:6, don’t worry, Campbell has footnotes.There are a lot of good insights in this book, and I gave it only three stars for what may be an unfair reason: I don't think the author has fully come to terms with her religious upbringing and views.” My Mother barely replied, “Your Grandmother died, it’s your Grandfather’s house now.” I climbed into the back of our Dodge Omni hatchback and cried all the way to what was now my Grandfather’s house alone. The one where the trumpets will sound from the heavens, the saints will gather to return to earth, and Jes-us (two syllables) will return.When we arrived at his home, I composed myself and began doing what any five year-old-would do, collecting my Grandmother’s favorite clothes. Maybe I should have prefaced that with what any normal five-year-old who was raised in a fundamentalist church would do.
For a while, Campbell diligently plays by the gender-restrictive rules.
-- Knocking doors for Jesus -- A good Christian woman -- The theology of softball -- A woman's role -- A scary God -- The reluctant female -- Still, small voice -- Water jugs -- Jesus haunts me, this I know.
Romans 1 Corinthians · 2 Corinthians Galatians · Ephesians Philippians · Colossians 1 Thessalonians · 2 Thessalonians 1 Timothy · 2 Timothy Titus · Philemon Hebrews · James 1 Peter · 2 Peter 1 John · 2 John · 3 John Jude; also called the Gospel of Matthew or simply, Matthew) is the first book of the New Testament.
Agreeing with holy men who proclaim women “weaker vessels” is hard, but leaving is even harder. And there’s no going back, fundamentalism remains with you at every turn—Campbell calls this “Christ haunted” and the theme resonates like a Greek-chorus.
For anyone that’s ever been trained in the way a child should go, .
So, one Sunday morning, she walked to the front of her fundamentalist Christian church to profess her love for Jesus and be baptized.