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Bart Campolo's Heretical and Liberating Leadership Journey

Once in a while, an apple falls from its tree … and then won’t stop rolling away of its own accord. Bart Campolo comes to mind.

Forbes

Once in a while, an apple falls from its tree … and then won’t stop rolling away of its own accord. Bart Campolo comes to mind. For years, he was a spiritual leader who carried the distinction of being the son of evangelical pastor and social-justice champion Tony Campolo…

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Bart Campolo, On The Moment He ‘Came Out’ Humanist To His Famous Evangelical Father

Bart Campolo decided he was no longer a Christian after being injured in a bike accident in 2011.

Huffington Post

Bart Campolo decided he was no longer a Christian after being injured in a bike accident in 2011. But he waited until last Thanksgiving to break the news to his father, Tony, an influential evangelical leader and author who is famous for having been a spiritual adviser to former President Bill Clinton…

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US colleges bringing in chaplains to serve the nonbelievers

When Bart Campolo broke with the church almost five years ago, he immediately began to feel something missing.

Associated Press

When Bart Campolo broke with the church almost five years ago, he immediately began to feel something missing. What he missed, Mr. Campolo said, was what the church had represented to him: a place where like-minded people could gather for fellowship, to pursue moral justice, to help one another and to try to live good lives…

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Humanist Chaplain guides non-religious USC students

In his role as Humanist Chaplain, Campolo counsels students who don’t believe in God.

USC DAILY TROJAN

“I’m like the rabbi/priest/minister/imam to all the students who don’t believe in God,” Campolo said. “If someone’s dad gets diagnosed with cancer and they’re trying to make sense of it, or someone’s having a hard time making friends on campus, or a senior doesn’t know what they’re going to do after they graduate, they come talk to me.”

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The Evangelical Scion Who Stopped Believing

The son of a famous pastor, Bart Campolo is now a rising star of atheism — using the skills he learned in the world he left behind.

The New York Times Magazine

“He was a role model for younger Christians looking to move beyond the culture wars over abortion or homosexuality and get back to Jesus’ original teachings. Now, lying in a hospital bed, he wasn’t sure what he believed any more.”

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