Mumford and Sons, God, and Babel

Excerpt From Tim Neufeld’s Blog: On their second album, Babel, Mumford and Sons continue to dismantle the modern project. Refusing to settle for a bifurcated sense of spirit and flesh—the Divine on one side of a chasm and humanity on the other—these anthems, ballads, and stomps (iTunes labels them “alternate,” but it’s hard to know [Read More...]

For the Love of Mumford: Learning about Love and Forgiveness

*The following originally appeared in Christian Leader and was used with the permission of the author. Buying the 2009 Mumford and Sons album Sigh No More was an incredibly foolish decision. It was an impulsebuy in the intoxicating halls of Amoeba Music, a purchase based on small snippets of these British folks rock songs I [Read More...]


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