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Be ready to be changed for God's glory and by His love, mercy, and grace.
If you want to get an objective read on what people think about christians and why it matters, please go get David Kinnaman's new book and give it a read.
Kinnaman lists the six most common perceptions outsiders have of Christianity.
A must read for those wondering where the church today is missing it! An eye opener for anyone in the church today.Published 1 day ago by Mary L. Kirby
Valuable research showing how unchurched youth view Christianity. Christians need to be aware of this and provide a more Christian public face.Published 1 month ago by Peggy Avent
As a 50+ person who attends church, I found I had more in common with the younger generation who no longer buys what The Church is selling (the topic of the book) than the author... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Robinson
Back in 2008 Charles Colson asked a group he was mentoring (The Centurion Program) to read "unChristian. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sue
Sometimes "church people" are unaware why attitudes have changed and the general population is resistant toward their beliefs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bibliophile
If as believers; and even just as humans, our desire is to connect and engage with others, then this book lends a helpful perspective, on what to do, and what not to do.Published 2 months ago by David Pollock
This book is a critical look at a Christian's attitude to others and how we portray ourselves in a way that is not in line with Jesus' teaching or the bible's. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mrs J D Castleden
As a 24-year-old Christian who grew up in the church, this book really resonated with me. The statistics presented on outsiders' views of Christians were sad, but made a lot of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by KBart
This is my 5th time reading this book & it shakes me to my core more & more each time!Published 3 months ago by Jeffrey R. Oettle