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What a New Generation Really Thinks About Christianity...and Why it Matters
by David Kinnaman; Gabe Lyons;
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Christians are supposed to represent Christ to the world. But according to the latest report card, something has gone terribly wrong. Using descriptions like "hypocritical," "insensitive," and "judgmental," young Americans share an impression of Christians that's nothing short of . . . "unChristian."
Groundbreaking research into the perceptions of people aged 16-29 reveals that Christians have taken several giant steps backward in one of their most important assignments. The surprising details of the study, commissioned by the Fermi Project and conducted by The Barna Group, are presented with uncompromising honesty in "unChristian." Find out why these negative perceptions exist, learn how to reverse them in a Christlike manner, and discover practical examples of how Christians can positively contribute to culture.
Un Christian by David Kinnaman; Gabe Lyons was published by Baker in June 2012 and is our 47028th best seller. The ISBN for Un Christian is 9780801072710.
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"This is a wonderful, thoughtful book that conveys difficult truths in a spirit of humility. Every Christian should read this, and it will likely influence the church for years to come."--Publishers Weekly, starred review
"An engaging, challenging, and morally compelling study."--Library Journal
"Essential reading for all Christian leaders."--CBA Retailers
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|Page last updated||24th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Kinnaman; Gabe Lyons|
|Publisher||Baker (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||256|