I get those articles Christianity Today e mails out. Got one this week about someone who, best I remember, has gone from Vineyard Fellowship to an Anglican group. I scanned the article quickly, so I may have misunderstood, but it sounded like he was basically saying that pomo's are willing to practice religion without committing to faith or changed lives, so he wants to offer them the chance to come, pray, go through the rituals, and then later on when they are comfortable discuss faith. Instead of come to faith and then become part of the church, a plan for them to become part of the church in hopes they come to faith. Are we really that shallow or willing to do anything for numbers?