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Christians and the World's Most Controversial Music [Curtis Voice Allen] on that if there is one style of music in the world that God hates, it has got to be rap.
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A small book, it covers a surprising amount of territory. For outsiders like myself, this was a good introduction. The popularity of rap music in the Christian culture has seen a massive explosion of almost epic proportions in the past ten years. Guys like Lecrae, Trip Lee, Propaganda, etc. A new book, Does God Listen to Rap? As a Christian rapper who had been faithfully rapping the truths of the Bible to a wide-ranging audience for years, Curtis freely admits that he had a somewhat biblically superficial response to all of the questions that were raised against Christian rap over the years.
This book is the fruit of those labors. Before dealing with music in the Bible, Curtis gives us a brief history of the rap movement in the African-American urban community so that we can understand its origins. What started out as hope suddenly turned to anger, and militant-type groups like the Black Panther Party were started. The oppression enacted against the black community led to the formation of gangs as a way to stand up for the rights of the black community against the tyranny of Law Enforcement which further strained race-relations.
People in the black community began looking for a different kind of hero, though, than the ones that were being presented to them by the Black Panther Party and street gangs. Also, the music in these films was distinct from the Motown sounds of older days.
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The sound of love was replaced with the sound of pain. Finally, we have the NYC Blackout, which saw hundreds of blacks begin looting after the lights in NYC went black for more than 24 hours due to lightning strikes and poor wiring of the power grid. A movement was born. However, is this a correct way that the church should continue to label rap music? I submit to you, as does Curtis that this is a wrong assumption by the church, and one that needs to be rectified so that the Gospel can be furthered for the glory of God.
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However, rap music is a global force and one that looks to be here for a while. The one major indictment against rap music, if you were to poll those who are against it, is that rap music has sinful origins and is rooted in a subculture that permeates with ungodliness. Therefore, since the root is wicked, then the fruit it bares has to be wicked too, right? I would submit to you that this is a wrong way to look at Christian rap, and music as a whole for that matter.
And, in order to prove that this is a wrong way to look at Christian rap, Curtis takes us on a journey through the Bible to look where music was first mentioned as well as the first song ever recorded. Curtis wants us to see the character of God and how He relates to music. Therefore, we have to figure out a way to examine the theological questions concerning rap music without actually having a clear text of Scripture to look at. Most people fail to realize that music came from the ungodly line of Cain yes, the same Cain who killed his brother Abel and not from the godly line of Seth which included such stalwarts of the faith as Enoch and Noah.
I had honestly never thought about this point, and was truly blown away by its implications. The other points that Curtis makes using other Theomethodosophical exercises were equally good, and really backed up his point that claiming all rap music is bad based on its origins is both wrong and unbiblical. The implications are profound…we should see people, and movements, the same way that God does, and that is that they are sinners in need of redemption so lets share the Gospel with them and Christian rap is one of those ways we can get them the Gospel.
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Some are already his children. And some of these are creating and performing rap music that glorifies him with amazing artfulness, holy passion, and theological clarity. Are believers never to borrow stylistically from unbelievers just because those styles were created by some people who had sinful motivations?
Does God listen to rap? Or better yet, can God get glory from Christians who rap? Read this book, and ponder through its implications for your life and the Christian community as a whole. I received this for free from Cruciform Press in exchange for this review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. Apr 13, Michael Boling rated it it was amazing. Rap music is shall we say a form of entertainment that has not been included in my favorite playlist on my.
It is a form of music I quite frankly have never quite connected with or had much of an interest. Never fear! Tap the linked verse and a pop-up window will appear, giving you quick and easy access to the verse in context. A lot of people think that if there is one style of music in the world that God hates, it has got to be rap. Lots of other people love and accept rap as their preferred form of musical expression.
And maybe more importantly, who cares? You should.
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