Kate Bowler in the NYT

Michael Hammond

Just a quick note to point alert readers to the courageous and honest article "Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me" in the New York Times Sunday Review by RiAH contributor Kate Bowler. Her open discussion of her cancer is remarkable, as is her new perspective on her work in chronicling the prosperity gospel. Here's an excerpt:

"The prosperity gospel has taken a religion based on the contemplation of a dying man and stripped it of its call to surrender all. Perhaps worse, it has replaced Christian faith with the most painful forms of certainty."

For more on how you may support her, check out this post from September as well. Prayers for you and yours, Kate. 


Edward J. Blum at: February 15, 2016 at 4:42 PM said...

Thank you Kate, your family, and all who support you for sharing the gift of your experiences and insights through these times!

Kabo at: March 23, 2016 at 7:06 PM said...

Thank you friends! I'm so grateful to have you guys with me! - Kate (aka Kabo)

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