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George Buttrick, a former chaplain at Harvard, recalls that students would come into his office, plop down on a chair and declare, “I don’t believe in God.”

Buttrick would give this disarming reply: “Sit down and tell me what kind of God you don’t believe in. I probably don’t believe in that God either.”

And then he would talk about Jesus, the corrective to all our assumptions about God.