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The Blue and How Music Brings Us Together

The blues, which have so profoundly shaped American popular music – from jazz and rhythm & blues to soul – are regarded as a secular counterpart to the songs that arose out of conditions of chattel slavery, as the theologian James Cone memorably explores in his seminal study, “The Spiritual and the Blues.” Read more about music and community in the article, Songs of worship: Why we sing to the Lord

 

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All Lives Matter, Religion and the Police

  A Christianity Today article explore how religion influences views of the police and how they are doing their...

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A Washington Post article reports, "The justices agreed with a lower court that Barronnelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s...

Compensation Survey Will Help Churches Set Fair Pay

  The $750,000 grant awarded to Church Law & Tax (CLT) by Lilly Endowment Inc. focuses on the National...

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