Religion & Spirituality:Spirituality
Diana Butler Bass is grateful, and her new book explains why - Encore Presentation
Diana Butler Bass is the author of 10 books, includint "Grateful," due out April 3. She is a highly sought-after speaker, and one of Ameria's top scholars on religion and culture. She is also articulate and engaging concerning her own spiritual and political journey, and a very good guest. It's worth your time to find out more about her and her books, and the best plact to do that is here: http://dianabutlerbass.com
We talked a llittle about her upcoming book "Grateful" during the podcact last year.
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