Great topic. But sometimes seems to read out of focus. I am not seminary educated, (in fact 4yrs of college was all I could stand). It appears it might be more directed toward the author's peers, versus the "everyday evangelist" - as myself. I work with a bunch of programmers (my peers) who are 20-30yrs old (I'm 40ish) - and I did find the book to be helpful in understanding a bit of their world view.
I kept a dictionary handy while reading this book - and found as I looked up the words that I don't hear in every day conversation, there could have been a half-dozen more effective ways to make the same statement. (Okay, so my vocabulary got stretched a little <grin>)
I did like how the author steps you through the case for Jesus' subversiveness (where's my dictionary?). I would like to have heard a little more on "Relating Christ to a New Generation...". Overall= good reading, interesting perspective on our culture, and reiteration on some solid truths.