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Review: Unchristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity...and Why It Matters by David Kinnaman, Gabe Lyons
David Kinnaman. Unchristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity…and Why It Matters. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, October 1st, 2007. 255 pp. 758 more words
Atheism has been on the rise increasingly for the past few years, while this book is not about atheism, it is certainly similar to about another issue the church is facing — the rising number of the unchurched. 332 more words
I’m having a cognitive crisis.
Not because I spent three days in marathon grading mode wrapping up the fall semester. Not because of the incongruity of Christmas shopping and the season of Advent preparation. 1,489 more words
In his book Unchristian, David Kinnaman, discusses the perceptions that “outsiders” have on modern Christians. Kinnaman, presents the point of view of one outsider saying; “Most people I meet assume Christian means very conservative, entrenched in their thinking, anti-gay, anti-choice, angry, violent, illogical, empire builders; they want to convert everyone, and they generally cannot live peacefully with anyone who doesn’t believe what they believe.” 641 more words