In an age where “hypocritical” and “judgmental” are used to describe Christians, it’s easy to see why young adults are disengaging from their faith communities as they transition to adulthood. The Rethinking Christianity Collection presents two studies of teens and twenty-somethings that came from Christian backgrounds and analyzes the reasons these young adults left the church. The collection examines negative perceptions of Christianity among American culture and shows how the Christian community has failed to equip its youth to be Christ-followers. It contains insights from numerous respected Christian leaders and offers Christian parents, leaders, and educators tools for contributing a lasting and vibrant faith to the next generation of young adults.
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- Presents two studies of young adults with negative perceptions of Christianity
- Analyzes the changes Christian leaders and laypeople need to make to positively represent Christ to the world
- Provides insights and encouragement from respected Christian leaders
- You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving Church . . . and Rethinking Faith by David Kinnaman
- unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about Christianity . . . and Why It Matters by David Kinnaman and Gabe Lyons