'GO MAKE CHURCH HISTORY'

ONE OF THE PRICE LECTURES at Trinity Church in Boston this past March was given by religion writer, public speaker, and former college professor Diana Butler Bass. She grabbed her audience of several hundred people by opening with a remark made by a friend of hers over dinner one evening. This friend, who claims no personal faith, had apparently been perplexed by Bass's Christian commitment, especially in these times of shifting values. "I don't understand how you can still be a Christian," she said.

"I know it isn't the easiest thing to be these days," Bass lamented, feeling a little foolish. "But I just can't get away from Jesus. I actually love Jesus and his teachings."

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