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by Jeremy Anderberg
December 2, 2010

I was looking forward to this book as soon as I saw that Lyons was writing it. He previously co-wrote UnChristian, a look at the characteristics of Christianity that turn people off. It was a very academic and well-researched piece of... [Read on]

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An Important But Incomplete Work

by Terry Timm
December 15, 2010

Gabe Lyons' new book, The Next Christians: How a New Generation is Restoring the Faith" is an important, yet incomplete read. Let me begin with the important aspects to his work. I was encouraged to discover that early in the book, Lyons'... [Read on]

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The future of Christian leadership

by David Kenney
December 18, 2010

I don’t know how excited I am about the words “post-modern,” but Christian America is certainly shifting in a direction the church hasn’t faced in a while. Now, notice I didn’t want to say “has never faced” because certainly Church his... [Read on]

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A highly optimistic book about the future of Christianity

by Jonathan Hill
January 28, 2011

The Next Christians: The Good News About the End of Christian America by Gabe Lyons is a very engaging and thought-provoking book. This is Mr. Lyons second book, he is also the co-author of unChristian: What a New Generation Really Thinks about... [Read on]

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A decent collection of worthwhile stories

by Erik DiVietro
February 1, 2011

Gabe Lyons is one of the cofounders of the national conference "Catalyst" and the co-author of the Christian bestseller unChristian. He has become something of a spokesperson for the post-emerging evangelicals that he calls The Next Christians in... [Read on]

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I should be glad that America isn't Christian anymore?

by Rob Dale
February 15, 2011

When reading the title and seeing the conclusion that "America isn't a Christian society" I was led to immediately pass this book over... Then I heard the author interviewed on Catalyst, and realized he is on to something. I wasn't at the... [Read on]

Rob Dale gave
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Good News???

by James Garrett
March 4, 2011

This book was a real Hate-Love relationship for me.Lyons is basically a proponent of the post-Christian era … not that he believes that this is as it should be; rather, he seemingly resigns himself in the concept that this is where the world no... [Read on]

James Garrett gave
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The Next Christians

by Rick Higgins
April 11, 2011

Gabe Lyons has written a prescient book depicting the contemporary sociological landscape. He portrays how Christians have often gone to extremes in our North American culture by either being separatists or culture accommodating. The result is... [Read on]

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Book Review and Giveaway: When the Hurt Runs Deep

by Trina Holden
April 23, 2011

"We all have hurts in our past, some that run very deep. We don't often dive down there and check on how they're healing but maybe we should. Hurts in our past can negatively affect every relationship and every part of our life if we don't... [Read on]

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A Healing Balm to the Soul

by Diane Kinney
July 11, 2011

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. I say this up front so that I can admit that I did not read this book during a hurtful time in my life. I read this book to review but not because I have... [Read on]

Diane Kinney gave
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