Book provides much-needed critical look at Christian hipster trend
- I'll be honest. I've occasionally felt like a square in some Austin churches. I don't wear vintage clothes or ride a fixed-gear bike or have any tattoos. I don't shun chain stores or exclusively buy organic, locally grown produce. And when I've attended services in the warehouses, bars and homes where these Christians often gather and where the church band sounds like something you might hear at Club de Ville, I couldn't help but look around and think, "Man, when did Christians get so hip? When did church become cool?"