The American Conservative’s Rod Dreher try’s to make sense of this head scratcher.
In Russian Orthodox Christianity, the wife of a priest is called “matushka,” an endearment that means “little mother.” The Evangelical Lutheran Church of America does not have the same term, but it looks like the congregation that the celebrated Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber is leaving will be getting one.
If the future of liberal Christianity is Matushka Fruitbomb, I’d say it has no future at all.
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