August 18, 2010

The Post-Christian Anne Rice

Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Christianity Tody

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Author Anne Rice made waves across the Internet when she posted a short message on her Facebook page:

Rice returned to the Roman Catholic Church in 1998, a decision she began openly speaking about in 2005. She spoke with Christianity Today about her recent decision, the enormous response, and how she plans to follow Jesus outside the church.

It's been a few weeks since you made an announcement on Facebook. How have you felt since your decision?

I feel good and relieved about my decision, and I've felt a new spirit of energy creatively for my writing. I was so conflicted and disillusioned about organized religion that I couldn't write.

Do you think your decision will explicitly affect your...

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