Stuff Christian Culture Likes

Last year I made a post about another blog called Stuff Christians Like.  That site has become so popular that a book is about to come out.

But today I found a very similar blog called Stuff Christian Culture Likes.  Yes, it’s a very similar blog, but the author doesn’t avoid the comparison and even addresses the like blog  issue.  All in all, I think I prefer the Stuff Christian Culture Likes blog better, her perception and humor is a little more towards me liking.

It’s no secret that as I look back at my past, one thing that really bothered me was how people in the church tried to live up to a perception instead of being really sincere of who they are.  I was one of them.  So as I check out this blog, I’m able to laugh at who I was, and who I am, and feel a bit more grounded.  I hope no one is taking this as an attack on Christians or Christian culture, that’s not my intent, and I don’t think it’s the intent of the authors of these two blogs; but rather look at it as an opportunity for how Christians are viewed by many people outside (and even inside) the church.

Here are a handful of posts that got my attention:

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4 Responses to Stuff Christian Culture Likes

  1. Gracie says:

    Good website. Christian culture has become corny, commercial, hypocritical, self-righteous, judgmental and exclusively Republican.

    And we wonder why Atheism books are becoming bestsellers and church attendance is falling?

  2. jonathan says:

    I met Jon Acuff a few months ago. A really, really, really funny guy. I'm a big SCL site reader, and as a pastoral sort…I love it!

  3. Rev. Hart says:

    I laughed the way through "Stuff Christian Culture Likes"! The painful truth.

  4. Gabe says:

    Interesting thoughts, all. I was curious about the book "God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything." The writer is not as abrasive as Richard Dawkins is purported to be, and this book's author makes some cogent points about religion and some of its bases and results. Worth looking into, although I must admit I'm a little afraid to be seen carrying it around College Station. It shouldn't matter — a book is a book, and if I'm curious, I should read it. I think taking in a variety of views is critical to forming a solid opinion. My $0.02.

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