In this FaceBook, Twitter, YouTube, and cell phone generation are people even interested in theology? I love to read books in addition to my Bible but usually have a hard time (other than this board) getting much of an interest in others for books. Many Christians do not seem to enjoy reading theology books. Many enjoy the Purpose Driven Life, and books like that one on self-help. But doctrine, exegesis, theology, prophecy, apologetics, and other such books do not seem to me a interest for many Christians. Is anyone else having this problem? How did people spend their time in the 1980's and earlier before the advent of cell phones, and personal computers? My guess would be more time spent in conversation with loves ones, and more time reading books. In 1996 and earlier I spent more time outside and more time with others in conversation. I remember going to a church bible study in those days and we got very very deep. People made theology and doctrine a priority and did not have cell phones to obsess and distract them in their Bible study. I remember going to a youth camp and people spending lots of time playing social games with one another, and more time in conversation & bible reading. Go to that camp these days and people will be spending more time with their cell phones..