Some people hate rap and are sure God does, too. Others love it. Many of these who are Christians can't imagine why God would have any issues with rap—at least, not with songs by believers that encourage and edify them in the faith. Who's right? And why should we care?
This book starts with a sociological history of the emergence and development of rap. If you enjoy rap and hip-hop culture, you'll love this part. Then the meat of the book unpacks several fascinating passages of Scripture to explore a vital set of larger questions involving God, faith, and the arts. In the end, you'll have tools for thinking biblically about all forms of human artistic endeavor.
Does God listen to rap? Come find out.
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|Size: ||813 KB|
|Publisher: ||Cruciform Press|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781936760787 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|