Stuff Christian Culture Likes

Replacement swear words are a key component of the Christian culture vernacular.

There comes a time in every young evangelical's life when he must roll up his sleeves, raise the black flag, and commence destroying his secular music.

As evangelical churches vie to become bigger by use of business tactics, they're outgrowing their buildings. As such, the multi-site church has sprung whole from the American business model.

Christian culture thinks yoga is a gate to the fires of hell.

Anyone who has ever been moved by the pithy Chesterton quote or pastoral challenge to Do Something wants to issue quotes and challenges themselves.

This is Jim. He could become a member of your church if you play your cards right.

They were once worn only by McDonald's drive-thru workers and Britney Spears, but now microphone headsets are becoming a standard fixture on non-denominational pastors.

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.

Stephanie Drury

Stephanie Drury

At one point or another I've been a willing participant in almost all the things I talk about here. I sort of consider myself an expert on Christian culture as I am a preacher's kid and I'm also married to a preacher's kid.  Christian culture is funny because it doesn't have much (if anything) to do with Christ himself.

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