Hip hops hostile gospel a post soul theological exploration studies in critical research on religion daniel white hodge on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers is there such a thing as a hip hop theology drawing on interviews from those in the hip hop community. In hostile gospel hodge challenges a number of theological rules adding to an ongoing discussion about why hip hop matters so much to so many and he gives contemporary contextual theology a new rule book that might even have the late douglas bobbing her head to the theological beat. In his csun talk hip hops hostile gospel a theological space for the post civil rights era dr hodge will analyze the powerful influence and connection between hip hop and religious themes with 23 years of academic work experience daniel white hodge phd is a recognized hip hop culture expert cultural literacy scholar. In this book hodge takes into account the christological theological and ecdesiological ruminations of a selected group of hip hop and rap song lyrics interviews and interviews from those defined as hip hoppers. Drawing on interviews from those in the hip hop community and a critical engagement with the theological and ecclesiological ruminations of over 8500 songs hodge aims to paint a picture of what a hip hop theology of community might entail how it may look and what it could feel like
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