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So, one Sunday morning, she walked to the front of her fundamentalist Christian church to profess her love for Jesus and be baptized.
I would have liked to hear more than what she ended up telling the reader about these personal experiences.I am not an Atheist but I am not Christian, and that is possible.I identify as Eclectic Neo-Pagan with Celtic leanings, and also Agnostic to an extent, because intellectually God(s) cannot be proven or non-proven. I respect others, but I also expect the same respect.If baptism requires complete immersion underwater, what does it mean, if a piece of fabric attached to a would-be Christian floats to the top? In Dating Jesus,, Campbell takes us into the world of fundamentalism-a world where details really, really matter-while wrestling with questions that would thwart any young woman intent on adhering to a literalist religion.
If dancing isn't permitted, what do you do when you're voted part of the homecoming court?
I was raised Catholic, but also spent some time in a Pentecostal/Evangelical churches. Campbell, and others discussed, say they miss Christianity simply because they always believed, and left because they felt the church as a whole hated them for either being queer and/or female. I enjoyed reading her narrative, and the history of Christianity, Feminism, and Evangelicalism, and how they sometimes were entwined.