‘Christianity Today’ examines hipster faith

from www.christianitytoday.com

From a Christianity Today cover story:

“Welcome to the world of hipster Christianity. It’s a world where things like the Left Behind book and film series, Jesus fish bumper stickers, and door-to-door evangelism are relevant only as a source of irony or nostalgia. It’s a world where Braveheart youth-pastor analogies are anathema, where everyone agrees that they wish Pat Robertson “weren’t one of us” and shares a collective distaste for the art of Thomas Kinkade.”

Read the story: http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2010/september/9.24.html

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