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November 23, 2007

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Rindy

Quiet Strength is a great book and a great gift for any guy, teen to adult. My 15 yr old is reading it now!

UnChristian is on my Amazon list to buy--keep hearing great things about it!

Patrick Sievert

I haven't read the other four, but UnChristian, if it gets the audience it deserves, I think can be one of the most influential books of our generation.

How we think outsiders view the church and how they actually perceive reality to be are two totally different things, and I think a lot of people in the church (and especially a lot of pastors) are living in a river in Egypt.

jasonscroggins

i agree. unchristian is a great perspective on a view that we sometimes choose to disregard. it's been a long time coming for a book like this to be written.
about the book, it's not a bunch of theories and ideas, its actually written from three years of comprehensive study from the barna group and a guy from injoy. and to top it all, it's written really well. i recommend paying attention to the first chapter, as it sets the tone for the whole book.

josh

You've wiped out all the books that I was going to get you for Christmas!!!
Gift card might be coming you way soon!

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