Hipster or Herald?: Five Exhortations for Young Preachers

Friday, 28 Jun 2013

In his noteworthy book Hipster Christianity, Brett McCracken describes the modern faddish approach to the Christian faith as being "more concerned with its image and presentation and ancillary appeal" than with real substance. "It assumes that mere Christianity isn't enough or isn't as important as how Christianity looks and is perceived by the outside world." (1) Relevance and contextualization outweigh biblical truth and distinctiveness. Regrettably, the leaders of this trendy movement are profoundly influencing a new generation of young ministers’not least ...

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