Secular music and sacred theology / edited by Tom Beaudoin.
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- ISBN: 9780814680247
- ISBN: 0814680240
- Physical Description: 169 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Collegeville, Minnesota : Liturgical Press, 2013.
"A Michael Glazier book."
Material for LSOC-280 (Chase).
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction: Theology of popular music as a theological exercise / Tom Beaudoin -- Part 1. Theology through artistry. To the void : Karl Barth, Yves Klein, and Lou Reed's Metal machine music / David Dault ; Musical space : living "in between" the Christian and the artistic callings / Maeve Louise Heaney -- Part 2. Theology through community. More than music : notes on "staying punk" in the church and in theology / Michael J. Iafrate ; On the road to the promised land : how the NAACP, the Black church, and rock music helped the civil rights movement / Mary McDonough ; Is God absent on "Grey Street"? : theodicy, domestic violence, and the Dave Matthews Band / Gina Messina-Dysert -- Part 3. Theology through song. Secular music and sacramental theology / Christian Scharen ; Erase this from the blackboard : Pearl Jam, John Howard Yoder, and the overcoming of trauma / Myles Werntz ; Baptized in dirty water : locating the gospel of Tupac Amaru Shakur in the post-soul context / Daniel White Hodge ; Tom Waits, Nick Cave, and Martin Heidegger : on singing of the God who will not be named / Jeffrey F. Keuss.
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