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Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Subjectivity (Rebuttal)

Discussion about Christian rap with Shai Linne: Subjectivity (Rebuttal)

This entry is part 17 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.

Shai Linne and I are having a conversation between Christian brothers about Christian rap. This post will not make sense unless you start at the beginning of this discussion and read through all the posts. You can find the other posts in this discussion on this page or on the right hand side of this post. This is my rebuttal to Shai’s… Continue Reading

Panel discusses Reformed Rap

Panel discusses Reformed Rap

I had the opportunity to participate in a panel discussion at the Worship of God Conference sponsored by the National Center for Family Integrated Churches. Here is a video of how the panel answered the question, “What about Reformed Rap?” [vimeo vimeo.com/80291749] Related: See my series on Christian rap. 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