I'm not sure if this belongs in the FAC or Make No Small Plans...
World Magazine, a conservative Christian equivalent to USNews & World Report I have read for over a decade, tackles a plethora of topics about cities in their latest edition, going so far as advocating New Urbanism, and alluding to how, in the Christian tradition, the world's story started in a garden, but will conclude (according to Revelation 21) in a well-planned city.
This is the second time this magazine has tackled urban issues, and both have pro-city, which I'm sure would strike most urbanists (who I'd say usually adhere to some variety of secular humanism) and most conservative Christians as odd because of their stereotypes of each other and themselves based on potentially false pretenses both have of urban vs. rural environments.
Present edition: http://www.worldmag.com/articles/16501
Please note that it is a conservative Christian publication, so I'm sure the exact language used might turn some of you off, but try to look beyond the minute details and to the broader points and ideas being advocated.