The Music of Reformed Theology Today?

Here is one pastor suggesting that Christian hip hop may just be the new musical voice of the Reformed Theological Resurgence. What do you think?

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  • It’s not. There is no singular Voice. People speak in the languages their cultures and sub-cultures endorse. There may be a segment that speaks in in hip-hop among their other cultural languages, but it’s far from monolithic.

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  • David Dunham

    I agree Dane. I think most people within Reformed circles wouldn’t even know who those artists were, let alone consider them their musical representatives.

  • Yeah, I know of two hip-hop artists: Lecrae (from Alan’s article) and Sober-Minded (from Alan being one of them). Apart from that, hip-hop is as far out of my radar as country-western. Or whatever that stuff’s called. Also, R&B.

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