Christianity's Image Problem

Time has a short article on Christianity's Image Problem. The article is based around the book UnChristian. It's worth the click-through to the article, and the book is one that I'll be getting within the next month or so, but here's a interesting piece of the article:
Still, Kinnaman claims that however defined, the number of non-Christians is growing with each succeeding generation: His study found that 23% of Americans over 61 were non-Christians; 27% among people ages 42-60; and 40% among 16-29 year olds. Younger Christians, he concludes, are therefore likely to live in an environment where two out of every five of their peers is not a Christian.


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