The gods aren’t angry…

Rob Bell is at it again. Hot off of his “Calling all Peacemakers” tour of the UK this past summer, he is soon to be hitting the road once again throughout the month of November. This time he’s taking his teaching to clubs in major cities all over the U.S. with a session titled “The Gods Aren’t Angry.”

According to the tour’s website the material is “part anthropology, part history, part deconstruction” which will explore “how humans invented religion to make themselves feel better.”

We’ll be in the NYC area for Thanksgiving, so I’m seriously considering going to his appearance at the Nokia Theatre in Times Square. Should be interesting!

Nov 5 – Chicago – Vic Theatre
Nov 6 – Kansas City – Uptown Theatre
Nov 7 – Denver – Paramount Theatre
Nov 10 – Portland – Roseland Theatre
Nov 11 – Seattle – Moore Theatre
Nov 12 – San Francisco – The Grand
Nov 13 – Los Angeles – The Wiltern
Nov 14 – Phoenix – Orpheum Theatre
Nov 16 – Dallas – Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
Nov 17 – San Antonio – Empire Theatre
Nov 19 – Atlanta – The Tabernacle
Nov 20 – Orlando – Hard Rock Live
Nov 21 – Raleigh – Meymandi Concert Hall
Nov 23 – Washington DC – Lisner Auditorium
Nov 24 – Pittsburgh – Carnegie Music Hall
Nov 25 – New York – Nokia Theatre, Times Square
Nov 26 – Philadelphia – Electric Factory
Nov 27 – Boston – The Sommerville Theatre
Nov 29 – Louisville – WL WL Lyons Brown Theatre
Nov 30 – Indianapolis – Egyptian Room
Dec 1 – Cleveland – Allen Theatre at Playhouse
Dec 2 – Grand Rapids – DeVos Hall


5 thoughts on “The gods aren’t angry…

  1. We’re definately planning on making it to the Boston show-we didn’t get to see his last tour but have seen him many times at Youth Specialties Conventions and what-not. BIG FANS!!

  2. In fairness to Rob, the “Calling all Peacemakers” tour was a very brief one (ten dates) which only went from mid-June to July 1. This tour isn’t taking place until November. That’s about six months between tours. And prior to that the only other tour he had done was the “Everything is Spiritual” tour in June 2006.

    He still does most of the teaching at Mars Hill when he’s around. Alough, their pulpit has never been exclusively his. He’s one of several full-time pastors at that church who share the teaching responsibilities.

    Joe & Mudpuppy. If you go, I’d love to hear about it!

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