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Whether or not a person can be a true Christian and a hipster is still up for debate.
Some sections are very entertaining and informative, and the book also did much to humanize to me a subculture for whom I have little or no patience.
Brian McCracken presents a well researched and introspective look at Hipster Christianity, where cool and the Church intersect within our culture.
A young but insightful and mature voice in the evangelical church. Grateful for the books perceptiveness. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jiggs
Brett McCracken offers a fair and Thought-provoking survey of the "hipster" (cool) culture and how that cultural movement has affected the existence of the Christian faith.Published 7 months ago by Joshua Duane King
Brett does a great job presenting and thinking trough the implications of Hipster Christianity. Even five years later this is a present issue in the church that needs to be thought... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Chris Hirschy
This book explains the different "types" of Christian Hipsters we find today. While there are elements of clear satire, much of the book is fairly accurate in its descriptions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RVACountryLover
I would recommend this to all ministers working with churches today. This is an apt description of what is happening in the world today that is having a profound impact on the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Richard B. Collins
In Hipster Christianity: When Church and Cool Collide, Brett McCracken, a twenty-something self-proclaimed Christian hipster, explores the age old concept of "cool" and the... Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by A. Elizabeth
I live in a hipster neighborhood. I go to a hipster church. I've also spent the past number of years exploring the universe of urban hipsters, however they are labeled (i.e. Read morePublished on January 2, 2012 by Sean A. Benesh
The author claims to attempt to write an objective book that looks at "cool Christianity," but it's actually his attempt to justify his own membership in the hipster community. Read morePublished on December 31, 2011 by Mediaman