By the age of twelve, Susan Campbell had been flirting with Jesus for some time, and in her mind, Jesus had been flirting back. Why wouldn't he? She went to his house three times a week, listened to his stories, loudly and lustily sang songs to him. She even professed her love for him through being baptized.
In this lovingly told tale, Susan Campbell takes us into the world of Christian fundamentalism—a world where details really, really matter. And she shows us what happened when she finally came to admit that in her faith, women would never be allowed a seat near the throne.
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About the Author
Susan Campbell's writing has been recognized by the American Association of Sunday and Features Editors; National Women's Political Caucus; the Sunday Magazine Editors Association, and the Connecticut chapter of Society of Professional Journalists. She was also a member of the Courant's 1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning team for breaking news. She is co-author of a travel book, Connecticut Curiosities and she lives in Connecticut with her husband.
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Chapter One: The Devil Is in an Air Bubble
Excerpted from "Dating Jesus"
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Table of Contents
The Devil’s in an Air Bubble
I Don’t Want to Preach, But . . .
Knocking Doors for Jesus
A Good Christian Woman
The Theology of Softball
A Woman’s Role
A Scary God
The Reluctant Female
Still, Small Voice
Jesus Haunts Me, This I Know
About My Sources 208