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Excellently written and researched. I have yet to find another "pop Christian" book that has more research put in or the same level of clarity and transparency. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Megan Cleve
Thought this book was a great mix of satire, analysis, and conviction. A refreshing take on how the Church should engage culture.Published 3 months ago
I can't say enough good things about the writing of Brett McCracken. Thoughtful, contemplative, and articulate. A must read!Published 3 months ago by Drew
It would have been better to put everything into an article in a magazine. Whatever points he made were really drawn out. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Matthew Vallee
I don't read much for fun, and that could easily make or break this review. However, this book was rather slow. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Marcos Gonzalez
Lukewarm, feel-good christianity. Nothing about the message of Jesus, God or the Holy Spirit.Published 13 months ago by J.M.H.
A fine survey of a range of topics and ultimately I think Brett makes a valid point that we as the church need to stick to being committed to Christ and the church, regardless of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jorjette Hatfield