The modern spirituality movement reverses age-old notions. Now people typically connect with the divine directly (or in community), then are moved to serve, and only afterward discover what they believe. "In less than a decade Diana Butler Bass has become one of American Christianity's liveliest writers on religion and change,"---Christian Century. Five-session DVD.
In this newest installment, Diana Butler Bass expands on the ideas she developed in her recent book, Christianity after Religion, exploring what Christianity may look like beyond religion and beyond the church. Segments include (1) Arriving, (2) Believing, (3) Behaving, (4) Belonging and (5) Awakening. Sold in combination with the Embracing Spiritual Awakening printed guide, 9781606741146. Buy one DVD per class and one guide per participant and leader."
Diana Butler Bass, is the author of seven books, including "Christianity for the Rest of Us", "Strength for the Journey", and "The Practicing Congregation". She earned her Ph.D. in church history from Duke University; has taught at the University of California at Santa Barbara, Rhodes College, and Virginia Theological Seminary; and is currently senior fellow at the Cathedral College of the Washington National Cathedral. From 1995 to 2000 she wrote a weekly column on American religion for the "New York Times" syndicate and is a popular speaker at retreats and workshops across the country. She lives in Alexandria, Virginia.