Faced with COVID-19 quarantines and new rules for social distancing, some pastors are serious about reviving the 1950s fad. Drive-in church seemed like a joke. And then, in a moment, it didn’t anymore. The idea was a novelty in the 1950s, promoted as the church of the future. But it’s time didn’t come, and never came, and then it was gone, and the whole thing seemed silly. There were still a few drive-in churches around, of course, but they were curiosities, fading roadside attractions, dingy and decaying outside of town, monuments to bygone Americana. Nik Baumgart, the pastor of an…