“Christianity after Religion” by Diana Butler Bass is now available in the KUC Library.
Diana Butler Bass, one of contemporary Christianity’s leading trend-spotters, exposes how the failings of the church today are giving rise to a new “spiritual but not religious” movement. Using evidence from the latest national polls and from her own cutting-edge research, Bass examines the connections and the divisions between theology, practice, and community that Christians experience today. Bass’s book is clearly worded, powerful, and probing.
This is one of four new books added to the library this June. The others are:
An Introduction To The United Church Of Canada
Kissing Fish: Christianity For People Who Don’t Like Christianity by Roger Wolsey
Zealot: The Life And times Of Jesus Of Nazareth by Reza Aslan