Diana Butler Bass

Diana Butler Bass is a nationally renowned American preacher and religious commentator. She is the author of eleven books, including one awarded Publishers Weekly’s “Best Religion Book of the Year.” Her bylines include The New York Times, the Washington Post, USA Today and Reader’s Digest. She frequently appears as a commentator, including on CBS, CNN, PBS, NPR, CBC, and FOX. She has written a long-running weekly column on religion and culture distributed nationally by the New York Times Syndicate.

Diana Butler Bass on Gen Jones:
Born in 1959, Diana does not agree with the traditional Baby Boomer definition which would include her; for example, she wrote here in August 2020 that she has “rarely “felt” like a baby boomer” and wrote here: “That GenJones thing is interesting – argues that a small group of people born from 1957-1965 make up a distinct mini-generation.” She has subsequently asserted multiple times her self-identification with Gen Jones.

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