Results for "author_first: Diana Butler, author_last: Bass"
Christianity After Religion Diana Butler Bass on spirituality as a critique of institutional religion and a longing for meaningful connection.
Grateful A description of a high school graduation as an arena of thanksgiving.
Strength for the Journey Reveals the liberalizing of a hardcore evangelical Christian within a series of mainline Episcopal churches over two decades.
A People's History of Christianity On how human beings can participate in the journey of becoming like God.
Christianity for the Rest of Us A three-year study of mainline Christian congregations that are transforming faith through ten signposts of renewal.
Grounded An explanation of spiritual practices for the home which John Wesley called holy habits.
Grounded A beautiful explanation of a broad and inclusive concept of God that can be embraced by all seekers.
Christianity for the Rest of Us Diana Butler Bass on the practice of hospitality in Christian literature.
A People's History of Christianity A bold and visionary work that reframes the history of Christianity using beliefs and practices from the past to light the way into the future.
Diana Butler Bass A profile with bibliography and distinctive contributions to spirituality of Diana Butler Bass, author and independent scholar of American religious history.