"We want the church to look like a mall. We want you to come in here and say, 'Dude, where's the cinema?'"
"This is a woman who understands grace."
"It's become a testimonial for an evangelical Christian book and an endorsement of the theology embraced in the bookand that leaves me feeling alienated from what should be an inspiring tale of human transcendence."
"I do not want to end up with an American style of politics, with us going out there beating our chest about our faith. Politics and religionit is not that they do not have a lot in common, but if [religion] ends up being used in the political process, I think that is a bit unhealthy."1
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