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Daniel White Hodge
|Description:||250 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: From the margins of isolation to the main stage : a theological reflection on hip hop --
Session 1. A bird's-eye view of hip hop --
Back in the day : tracing the origins of hip hop --
Hip hop & the post-soul matrix --
Session 2. The theology of hip hop --
Pain, misery, hate & love all at once : a theology of suffering --
Where are my dawgs at? : a theology of community --
Jesuz is hip hop : a theology of the hip hop Jesuz --
Tupac's nit grit 'hood gospel : a theology of social action & justice --
Finding Jesus in the shadows : a theology of the profane --
Session 3. Missionarlly engaging hip hop's theology --
The scandal of loving the ethnos : beginning the dialogue of hip hop missions --
See you at the crossroads : Jesuz, hip hop & missions in post-9/11 America --
Epilogue: Reflections from a hip hopper.
|Responsibility:||Daniel White Hodge.|
What is Hip Hop? It's a cultural movement with a traceable theological center/ Daniel White Hodge follows the tracks of Hip Hop theology and offers a path from its center to the cross, where Jesus speaks truth.
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