A couple of people at our church raved about this one, so I had to read it. It's an interesting perspective: a believer and an atheist, both with what 'open minds' tour some of the country's biggest and smallest churches in the country and record their impressions, focusing on how the church appears to an outsider. One of the recurring comments about the mega-churches that I've shared is How much money are they blowing every week on all the lights, crane cameras, fog machines, and paid musicians to put on what seems more like a show than a worship session? As Casper (the friendly atheist) says, "Is this what Jesus told you guys to do?" Christianity has become a whole lot of organized religion and a whole not of following Christ's example. Jesus's end goal wasn't to get us to go to church once a week. I think I understand our church's position on serving the community (as basically a requirement) a little bit better now.