More on “Hipster Christianity: When Church and Cool Collide”

I’ve been reading more of Brett McCracken’s work which sheds light on the hipness of Christianity (read: relevance, indigenous, culturally significant, language of the people, etc). These are terms I’ve heard and used in ministry. I’m still not through the book, but reading about Hippies (yes, really) and their impact on what we know as Youth Ministry today was pretty enlightening.
I’ll keep reading over coffee (Biggby’s Best Blend) and music (Philip Glass and Andrew Bird) and Cheesy Snacks (CheezyPUFFS).

This is the 400th post on radblog. Neat.

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