In the past few years, Brett McCracken has emerged as an critical voice in devout Christianity, generally among a younger era that is culturally savvy, but which also embraces ancestral Christianity. McCracken’s 2010 book Hipster Christianity was sub-titled “When Church and Cool Collide.” He followed up that book with “Gray Matters: Navigating the Space Between Legalism and Liberty.” His latest book, and the one we’ll plead today, is “Uncomfortable: The Awkward and Essential Challenge of Christian Community. That book is out this month from Crossway.
Brett McCracken is a comparison editor at The Gospel Coalition. In further to essay books, Brett has created for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, and CNN.com, among many other publications. He also speaks and lectures frequently at universities, churches and conferences.
Warren Cole Smith had this review with Brett McCracken nearby his home in Southern California, where he lives with his wife Kira.