Nadia Bolz-Weber speaking at the 2012 ELCA Youth Gathering at the Super Dome.
I sat down with Nadia recently at St. Mark’s coffeehouse in Denver to ask her about her tattoos, the relationship between her body art and her faith, and “tattoo evangelism. “
“As a pastor who has been deeply influenced by both the emergent movement and my chosen mainline denomination, I find Nadia’s voice invaluable. She lives in both worlds, seeing them not as competition, but always in conversation with each other, one deepening the other.”
An interview with Duke Divinity School’s Faith and Leadership:You have to be really deeply rooted in tradition in order to innovate with integrity, says the founding pastor of House for All Sinners and Saints
“My beautifully foolish conversation with Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber (@sarcasticluther on Twitter) starts with a sermon she preached at House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver called “Being an Outlaw Preacher.” She relates that she tried to be a Unitarian and ended up marrying a unicorn. I am reminded just how long of a (cultural) commute it is to the Borg. And we take a second look at the Biblical story of Jesus and George Bush at the well.”
Breaking Bread with Sinners and Saints
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