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CATHOLIC STAND is an e-publication presenting essays and creative non-fiction, offering substantive resources with thoughtful insights into how to live the Truth that the Church teaches, owned by Little Vatican Media.By the age of twelve, Susan Campbell had been flirting with Jesus for some time, and in her mind, Jesus had been flirting back. She went to his house three times a week, sat in his living room, listened to his stories, loudly and lustily sang songs to him.To find it, she returns to the historical roots of religious movements, studies the works of early feminist thinkers and contemporary theologians, and rereads the Bible with the same fervor of her youth. I know it was a while ago because my husband was my boyfriend, we were both wearing leather Fundamentalists scare..sorry to come off as flippant here..hell outta me. This diagnosis was based upon many such after-church brunches he attended as a child in the First Assembly of God Church, where a favorite theme was: 'aren't we glad we're saved and don't you feel sorry for those condemned sinners over there slurping up French toast together bold as brass."There is just no way I could cope with a world view where I sit in a crappy chain restaurant and happily chow down whilst engaging in casual conversation about other diner's being eternally tortured in the lake of fire...to mention family members, friends, co-workers and neighbors who have yet to see the light. She came up a believer, took much solace and thoughtfulness from her faith, and then went on to disengage herself from fundamentalism as an adult.Dating Jesus is a lovingly told tale of how one born-and-bred fundamentalist matured into a feminist while holding onto her sanity and sense of humor. Susan Campbell always chafed against the marginalized role of women in her church. She came to feminism fairly early in life, despite her religious background. Campbell works for the Hartford Courant and I would be curious to locate and read some of her columns..of them touching on areas of faith and spiritualism, although Campbell is no longer a church goer.One response to my comment was, “Oh no, a Jesus Freak”. I have had some minor honors over seventy years, some insignificant accolades, and I have a granddaughter who calls me “precious;” but – perhaps unwittingly – you have paid me the highest compliment I have ever received. You have given me the name “Jesus,” a name that I believe upon hearing, every knee on earth and in heaven should bend; and you have called me “freak,” which I interpret as “fool,” “blessed,” – in the sense of “bless his heart,” i.e. God bless you, B, and always hold you safe in the palm of His hand.I replied: Dear B: If you don’t believe you will die or if you believe when we die there is nothing after this life, you and I have no common ground; but I will, as I have for over fifty years, study your position and invite you to study mine. “bless his little feebleminded heart”, or just plain “nuts.” I am not being sarcastic or antagonistic when I say thank you. Guy Mc Clung, San Antonio, Texas“He humbled himself in obedience to God and died a criminal’s death on a cross.
Guy Mc Clung lives with his wife of 44 years south of Houston, Texas helping inventors develop and patent their inventions.If dancing isn't permitted, what do you do when you're voted part of the homecoming court?If instrumental music is prohibited inside the church, can a piano be played during your wedding?Fundamentalists scare..sorry to come off as flippant here..hell outta me. It is hard to put my finger on exactly why this book did not satisfy (me.) To be honest, I think I wanted a little more juice about her personal path from fundamentalism.She remains conflicted and still influenced by the experiences of her childhood in the church.