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You Lost Me by David Kinnaman
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Jul 01, 12

bookshelves: christianity-and-culture, social-issues
Read in May, 2012

In UnChristian, David Kinnaman looked at what young (ages 16-29) non-Christians believe about Christianity in America. This book takes a look at the other side - those who are Christians. Kinnaman divides young Christians (millennials) into three groups: nomads (those who are not involved in church but still consider themselves Christians), prodigals (those who have left the faith entirely) and exiles (those involved in church but who feel disillusioned with it).

This is a great book for a window into the world of Christians under 30 - how they think, what they believe, where their passions lie.

I am slowly blogging through the book here:
http://davehershey.wordpress.com/2012...

http://davehershey.wordpress.com/2012...

http://davehershey.wordpress.com/2012...
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