Suburban Spirituality
I had intended to post the Christianity Today article by the same name, so I decided to find it in its entirety. As I Googled, I came across this quote in a book review somewhere…

“Many Christians today have what some sociologists of religion have called a ‘suburban spirituality’: we like our religion neatly trimmed, safe, gated, and above all respectable. As a consequence, fewer and fewer of us are willing to take chances – much less, God forbid, risks – for the sake of the Gospel. Little wonder that some of the folks most ardently working for peace and justice have a healthy distrust of Christianity.”

Anyway, here’s the whole article