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theology
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Babbitt
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  • Though Dr. Drew’s theology was Presbyterian, his church-building was gracefully Episcopalian.
  • Upon this theology he rarely pondered.
  • Actually, the content of his theology was that there was a supreme being who had tried to make us perfect, but presumably had failed; that if one was a Good Man he would go to a place called Heaven (Babbitt unconsciously pictured it as rather like an excellent hotel with a private garden), but if one was a Bad Man, that is, if he murdered or committed burglary or used cocaine or had mistresses or sold non-existent real estate, he would be punished.

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  • She studied theology at Yale Divinity School.
  • She earned a Master of Divinity degree at Fuller Theological Seminary.

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