Stuff Christian Culture Likes
September 2010 Archives

This is a time-honored evangelical tradition which Christian culture is loath to speak of.

Not all people who do this are Christians, but 93% of them are. The remaining 7% are rogue non-Christians who are unabashed corndogs.

See You At The Pole Day is upon us. Not to be confused with See You Next Tuesday, it is an annual event in which students pray at the flagpole of their school before classes start.

Christian culture doesn’t have a lot of room for people’s hurt, especially when the hurt was caused by the Church.

A Christian college in Michigan recently acquiesced to pressure from its alumni and supporters after scheduling The New Pornographers to play on their campus.

Christian culture is sure there’s a way to be cool and be a Christian at the same time. They just don’t know what that way is exactly.

Evangelical churches are big on customer service. The last thing they want to do is alienate certain demographics.

American evangelicals conventionally eschew the smoking of anything but an exception is somehow made when a seminary student takes up the inevitable pipe.

Christian culture regards airplanes as excellent settings for evangelism.