Phyllis Tickle and a New Kind of Church

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“Seeking spirituality outside of churches”

Pub theologians meeting over beer a growing religious trend
By Lindsay Melvin
Memphis Commercial Appeal

With the late afternoon sun still shining, a dozen people from across Memphis ducked into a dark pub for cold drafts and a generous helping of God and religion.

Most, having come straight from work, gathered around the red and white checkered tables at Kudzu’s near Downtown and dove right in.

Setting off a litany of responses, a long-haired man known as “The Rabbi” asked from under his floppy safari hat: “Is our mind hardwired to have faith?” Click here to read this entire out-of-house news article.

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