- too hypocritical;
- too focused on getting converts (outsiders 'feel like targets rather than people' p29);
- too antihomosexual (for a staggering 91% of respondents - as 'hostility towards gays has become virtually synonymous with Christian faith' p92);
- too sheltered ('Christians seem aloof and insulated', p124);
- too political ('a movement that was bursting with energy to spread good news to people 20 years ago - has been exchanged for an aggressive political strategy that demonises segments of society', p153);
- too judgmental.
It reminds me of my Saturday morning walks to my local Farmers Market when I lived in Pittsburgh. En route, I passed by an abortion clinic. A Christian group regularly picketed that clinic and aggressively accosted anyone they suspected might be trying to get to it. I so hated the intimidating manner of the people who accosted me that sometimes I walked a much longer way around just to avoid them. In no way did I get the impression that these were people who cared about me or my (possible!) unborn child: I just felt that they wanted to obstruct and oppose me and I wanted to get away.
It makes me really sad.
* see points 3., 6., probably 5. and, to an extent, 2.