|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
I thought is was a very provocative book, well worth reading and discussing.
It has much to say about the intellectual antecedents of what Douthat calls accomodationism, the efforts to make Christianity fit in with American culture.
It is truly an eye opener and the reader will find him/herself nodding acknowledgement of these discoveries.
Good material for reflection. Though I felt the work lacked depth in terms of understanding the faith, I found enough worthy ideas to stimulate some reflection.Published 1 day ago by Gregory Stone
Great book about the current state of Christianity in America. Well worth the read.Published 16 days ago by Philip Daniels
This book gave me some new insights into the nature of American religion. According to Douthat, America is not becoming more secularized, but religious. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Charles Bennett
This book really makes you think. It is written mostly from a Catholic perspective, but I still got a lot out of even though I'm a Methodist. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Just Me
Douthat's thought rings true as he cites the reasons Mainline Christianity has drifted away from orthodoxyPublished 1 month ago by Reel Grumpy
I belong to a book club and these books were selected by the group.
All agreed that they were very easy to read, all were very inforative anf were worth the time readng... Read more
I couldn't even finish this book. It was a lot of abstract blabber and pontificating, hardly accessible. Douthat is so bitter towards those to the left of him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by VMG
Douthat has digested an impressive body of cultural commentary into a very readable narrative of current, popular distortions of Christian orthodoxy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by robert lewis