What a sad day when the atheists understand Christianity better than so many Christians do. No wonder we are losing most of the next generation from the church (see the book Already Gone, which documents research as to why two thirds of young people are leaving the church). And no wonder we are losing the Christian base that so permeated our once Christianized Western world.I completely agree with Ken Ham that it is a very sad thing that we are losing a vast amount of the next generation of the church. I'd love to read his other book, Already Gone, if his publisher would like to send me a copy for review. I'm sure it has some points that we would agree upon.
I suspect, however, that once again we would disagree about the solutions. His solution (I'm hypothesizing here) is probably connected to teaching Christian students more about young-earth creationism. Chances are, that's probably not going to be my solution, but I'm certainly open to reading and considering his ideas.