The Anna Approach by David Heisler

Mister God, this is Anna

More and more, for my own understanding of things, I take the “Anna” approach — I refer to “Anna” as in “Mister God this is Anna”. See how Anna broke things down to their simplest parts and ideas. 
P.19 of “Mister God this is Anna”:
The local parson talked with Anna, then age 5 or 6: 
The Parson said to Anna, “Do you believe in God?”


“Do you know what God is?”

“He’s God!”

“Do you go to church?”


“Why not?”

“Because I know it all!”

“What do you know?”

“I know to love Mister God and to love people and cats and dogs and spiders and flowers and trees … with all of me.”
Do we really need more theology or doctrine?