Bill Tammeus offers his bold predictions for 2012 in the National Catholic Reporter:
•As a promotional tool, the United Methodist Church will ask Garrison Keillor to quit making fun of Lutherans and start making fun of Methodists.
•To investigate what all of its previously appointed committees have been doing in recent years, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA) will appoint a committee.
•British Bishop N.T. Wright, showing signs of slowing down, will publish only 46 new books in 2012 (Note: Wright is no longer a bishop).
•By the end of the year, there will be a 2 percentage point rise in the number Americans who think that Joan of Arc was Noah's wife.
You can read the rest of Tammeus' predictions here.
HT to my pastoral colleague Becki Bowan Verbridge
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