Hipster Christianity in The Washington Post


In the books section of The Washington Post on Dec. 3, Hipster Christianity is featured in an article called "Three books on hipsters." 

The short review of Hipster Christianity, by Stephen Lowman, is as follows: 

Brett McCracken, a young guy who admits to having hipster tendencies, isn't a curmudgeon. But he believes that Christian hipsters at "wannabe hip churches" led by pastors with spiky hair who talk about the latest episode of "Mad Men" in their sermons are increasingly getting their inspiration from pop culture rather than scripture, shifting the emphasis from God to consumption and image. He spends a good deal of the book telling readers how to identify Christian hipsters and declares that Washington, D.C., is the third most popular city for them.

Read the whole piece here.