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Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Can Music Be Sinful?

Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Can Music Be Sinful?

This entry is part 2 of 19 in the series Discussion about Christian Rap with Shai Linne You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

The first question in our discussion goes to Shai Linne: Scott, in your recent post where you explained your comments on the NCFIC panel, you spoke of rap as “a form of music that is inherently denigrating.” My first question to you is this: Are you saying that music, apart from lyrics, can be sinful… Continue Reading

Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Introduction

Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 19 in the series Discussion about Christian Rap with Shai Linne You can read more posts from the series by using the Contents in the right sidebar.

Over the next couple of weeks, Shai Linne (bio) and I will have a public discussion about Christian rap here on this site. I am grateful that Shai has asked to have this discussion. He and I spoke on the phone Saturday, we got know each other a bit, and we prayed together. I was… Continue Reading

Can Rap be Christian? No.

Here are links to my discussion of Christian rap in response to Mark Dever’s 9Marks interview with Shai Linne: The Presuppositions Believers and Depravity Neutral Things Culture Evaluating Hip Hop If you’d like to comment or debate particular points, please do so at the appropriate post. Continue Reading