By David Kinnaman. Ada, MI: Baker Books, 2011.
First, Kinnaman seems to be under the mistaken notion that it is mostly young people who are leaving the institutional church when in fact Christians of all ages are doing so.
Second, Kinnaman seems to be in a sort of huff that young Christians would think the things about the traditional church they do. Hey, lots of church people don't like anyone but those who fit into their exact denomination and many youth pastors are overprotective of teenagers.
Thirdly, Kinnaman is taking a man-centred, patrimonial approach to this problem. Jesus clearly told his disciples at the last supper that it is the Holy Spirit who guides Christians into all truth. Sure, a believer might get off track and believe something unbiblical for a while, but they won't stay deceived if they truly have the Holy Spirit.
Sure, some churches are making a few changes to address the reasons why their numbers are shrinking, but, due to it's very structure, the institutional church can not change into being what the body of Christ should be.
Lastly, this guy seems really down on music downloading. Wonder if any parties responsible for putting together this book owns a record label?