Unchristian: what a new generation really thinks about Christianity-- and why it matters / David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons.
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- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [United States] : christianaudio.com : 2008.
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In his Epistle, the Apostle Peter instructed disciples to give others good reason for the hope they have in Christ, but to do so with 'gentleness and respect.' Unfortunately, in the eyes of many non-Christians today, the church has done just the opposite. In Unchristian, David Kinnaman, president of the Barna Group, has complied startling research among the unchurched and learned that Christians are too often known for the issues they stand against, rather than the hope which they stand for. According to the research, believers are seen as too judgmental, too political, and often hypocritical. Listeners who are Pastors, lay persons, or youth leaders will not want to go without the details of this critical study. Uncover the latest research on the unchurched in Kinnaman's must-read book.
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Christianity has an image problem.
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.
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.