Younger Christians are leaving the church in droves. Many of them--and many older Christians who stay--are frustrated and disillusioned by the track record of American Christianity on a number of fronts. The generations don't see eye to eye on many things. Here two evangelical leaders forty years apart in age discuss some of the biggest issues challenging the state and future of Christianity, such as marriage, homosexuality, creation care, and politics. The authors model and cultivate an intentional, charitable, and much-needed intergenerational dialogue. Each chapter includes sidebar reflections from notable Christian leaders and individual and small group study questions.