I just finished reading David Kinnaman’s Unchristian: What a new generation really thinks about Christianity. It’s an insightful window into the perceptions of the Mosiac and Buster generations, both those in and outside the church, on Christianity, Christians, morality, and behavioral norms. The data is drawn from extensive surveys conducted by the Barna Group, and the analysis is laced with pertinent stories and narrative.
While I found myself a little prideful that we Presbyterians aren’t subject to a lot of the perceptual problems that our more evangelical brethren are tagged with, the book nonetheless has some things to say to us as we try to reach these generations.
I’m wondering if anyone else has read the book and what you took away from it.