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unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity?and Why It Matters

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2013

    Good topic is too long a book

    The content presented here is interesting and relevant to church-going Christians and non-believers alike. That said, it would have been a better read, and certainly more straight-forward, had it been trimmed down, especially if the third-party contributors at the end of each chapter hadn't added so much fluff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2012

    Good research. Bad writing.

    Anyone who thinks that homosexuals will take kindly to the soft-spoken bigot will be sorely mistaken. What starts as good research quickly becomes a self-help guide for Christians concerned with (reasonable) outsider criticism. Overall, it's a tolerable read for this outsider--but certainly no more than that.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2008

    Nothing that I didn't already know!

    unChristian points out the obvious - that Christians are, in my humble opinion, UNCHRISTIAN. So for me, this book just delivers the obvious. What I have observed and experienced: Christians have 'evolved' into a political, right-winged - and yes, I'll say it, 'terroristic' group in my own country. If one purchases this book thinking it will make a difference, don't get your hopes up - just love without condition - the way Christ loved - which was by today's Christianity - UNCHRISTIAN!

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