'Hipster' Christianity vs. authenticity
Hoping to bridge the gap between the "irrelevant" church and young people who seek a counter-culture, a conservative journalist believes a wave of modern Christianity has gone "hipster" in its approach to reach the next generation.
There is no stained glass — in fact, the only colors that illuminate this church glimmer from lights that hang from the local nightclub in which it meets. The pastor looks as if he was ripped out of the latest fashion magazine, and his sermon proves trendy as he injects a joke or two about the latest musician. Topics like pleasure and sex are used in the message to lure the audience.Continue reading at www.onenewsnow.com