Unchristian: what a new generation really thinks about Christianity-- and why it matters
Ground-breaking research presented in the bestselling book, unChristian, reveals that 16-29 year olds perceive Christianity to be anti-homosexual, judgmental, hypocritical, too political, sheltered, and proselytizing. This DVD curriculum kit developed by the Fermi Project moves the conversation forward by providing key insight into how Christians can change these perceptions when we become more like Jesus. Including insights from Gabe Lyons, David Kinnaman, Shane Claiborne, and Rick McKinley, this innovative study will move participants to not only be more aware, but to actively engage with their community. Includes DVD, leader's guide, and interactive website access.
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Anti-homosexual, judgmental, hypocritical, old-fashioned, too political, out of touch with reality, insensitive to others, and boring - that is what people outside of Christianity think of the church ... Read full review
Great book! David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons did a great job with research and concept that future generations are connecting well with the Church. The greatest part of the book was the research and statistics they can put behind what many minsters are starting to recognize. The greatest weakness of the book was that few new approaches on how to solve this problem were presented. However, I don't believe this book was written to solve a problem, just identify it. For those ministers that want to reach the Church of tomorrow this is a must read.
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unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity...and ...
David Kinnaman,Gabe Lyons
No preview available - 2012