Last week, during class discussions, two bright young male students helped me understand why many millennials are down on doctrine. The first student, a recent grad from a secular university, told our class about the pushback he experienced every time he attempted to communicate Christian doctrine to nonbelieving peers. These nonChristians see our faith as heady knowledge that reeks of arrogance and insincerity. They are more moved by experience and a faith that makes the world a better place. To them Christianity misses the mark because, in their eyes, it's more about head knowledge than loving people. His words have been swirling around in my mind since. Is there truth in their accusations, and if so, how do we reach people with these misconceptions about Christianity?