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Dan has some very important observations about the perceptions of the modern church among emerging generations.
I am just one small voice but I am hoping that this review will be helpful to people who are seeking to find the true heart of the Gospel.
I was also reminded by this book, that we sometimes avoid giving people intelligent answers to their tough questions.
One of my favorite books. You will learn why our young people don't like organized religion. It was very insightful. Our church is planning on a book club to discuss.Published 2 months ago by L. Ryan
Great book witch speaks aloud to leaders of all in the four walls...the church! We need to come out of the brick and mortor to engage with the shifting culture. Read morePublished 3 months ago by WILLIAM SANFORD TIMBERS
Gives me a better understanding about why younger people don't come to Church.Published 3 months ago by Hogfan
This was a great testimony of the emerging generation. It's so refreshing to hear words from their own mouths received with a Christian's listening ear and open and honest heart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by average joe
Dan Kimball's book is very provocative, and I think, essential reading for every church leader, hoping to grow a church that will impact the community it's part of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gary Smith
A Review of
They Like Jesus But Not The Church
by Dan Kimball (Zondervan, 2007, 271 pp)
I found They Like Jesus But Not the Church by Dan Kimball to be a... Read more
If you tell other people you are a Christian you need to make sure that people understand that your loyalties lie solely with Christ in that declaration, and not with "the Church". Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brandi M Welter
This book was a great read and wonderfully challenging for those within the church body that also are a part of an institutional church (i.e. attend regular worship gatherings). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Shay