Posts Tagged ‘brett mccracken’

This Millennial Isn’t Leaving the Church

I, a millennial, am not leaving the church. Recently there has been a small flashflood of articles unearthing possible reasons and remedies for the ongoing exodus of millennials from the Christian church. I read them as a stranger to the departing crowd. Rachel Held Evans suggested toning down the...
November 21st, 2013 | Church | Read More

A Review of Brett McCracken’s “Gray Matters”

Brett McCracken, probably best known for his previous book Hipster Christianity, has penned a careful, nuanced, deliberative text with Gray Matters: Navigating the Space Between Legalism & Liberty. I’ll confess that I haven’t read his previous book, but I’ve kept abreast of his...
August 15th, 2013 | Book Reviews | Read More

Patriotism and the Fourth of July

I contemplated whether or not I should write a post for the Fourth of July. The holiday has never been wildly important in my family, though I’ve done my share of wearing red, white, and blue, and even temporarily dying my hair one year. I’ve made the trek to see fireworks at both the Washington...
July 4th, 2012 | Culture, Featured | Read More