I just started reading it again now that I got home from work... some of these "pastors" don't even seem to understand Christianity.
"I think 'Son of God' is a kind of title," she says. "I don't think he was a god or a half god. I think he was a man, but he was a special man because he was very good in living from out of love, from out of the spirit of God he found inside himself."
The latter half of the quote for this one is where I'm getting this. The idea that Jesus is "half God" and the fact that she says "I think he was a man" as if it is out of the ordinary to believe that, make me think she doesn't know about Christ being fully God and fully man
She says that there "is not only one answer" and complains that "a lot of traditional beliefs are outside people and have grown into rigid things that you can't touch any more".
Why isn't there only one answer? Because there's actually not, or because people don't want
there to be? They're afraid of excluding others, or being excluded. Its not more real than being afraid of failing a math test and "deciding" "there's no real one answer." It has nothing to do with truth and everything to do with wanting to change reality.