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Gray Matters: Navigating the Space Between Legalism and Liberty

Brett McCracken speaks about his book Gray Matters: Navigating the Space Between Legalism and Liberty. The book and today’s discussion address how Christians should relate to culture – food, drink, music, movies.

Brett McCracken is a Los Angeles-based writer and journalist. He is the author of Hipster Christianity: When Church & Cool Collide (Baker, 2010) and has written for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN.com, The Princeton Theological Review, Mediascape, Books & Culture, Christianity Today, Relevant, IMAGE Journal, Q Ideas, and Conversantlife.com. He speaks and lectures frequently at universities, churches, and conferences.

A graduate of Wheaton College and UCLA (M.A. in Cinema & Media Studies), Brett currently works as managing editor for Biola University’s Biola Magazine and is pursuing a Master’s in Theology at Talbot School of Theology.

Links from the episode: Brett McCracken’s blog, Related Washington Post article, Book trailer

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