unChristian-How Christians are Failing the Church

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A generation of young Americans is rejecting a Christianity they perceive to be antihomosexual, too political, and hypocritical, according to a new study from the Barna Group. The findings, presented in a new book, reveal what Christianity looks like to people ages 16-29 outside the church. "unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity...and Why It Matters" is a portrait of a faith and its followers perceived to be anything but Christlike. A huge chunk of a new generation has concluded they want nothing to do with Christianity. The title of the book, "unChristian," reflects their most common reaction to the faith: they think Christians are no longer what Jesus had in mind. Join me as author David Kinnaman, president of the Barna Research Group shares practical ideas on how the church can move from an unChristian faith to an authentic expression of the message of Jesus. Be ready with your questions!

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