An audio recording of this article is available here: As an accompanist, one of my favorite things to do when a rehearsal needs some comic
My current favorite song—“Shape of Love” by Passenger—keeps popping up in my Spotify playlists and I never skip it. Its opening chords make me smile
In rereading the Book of Job, I once more find it both wonderful and troubling. Job is, at its core, a terrifying book: a man
I posed for this picture without really putting much thought into the words on the wall. Right now, I am where I want to be:
Furthermore, we must be careful that we do not perpetuate the assumption that those particular songs represent the genre as a whole. Kanye’s conversion is not only revealing deep-seated hypocrisy within our hearts as believers but prejudice toward an entire artistic genre. However, the release of Jesus is King offers the remedy to both biases, for it demonstrates the possibility, through Christ, of a transformed person, as well as a transfigured genre: the secular restored to the sacred through the power of the Gospel.
The hill was ghostly. Even before finding an old sign revealing its history as an early Christian burial site, I could sense the tension between