In his latest Blog Essay, "Thinking about Thinking about Rap — Unexpected Thoughts over Thanksgiving," Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. analyzes the recent discussion among evangelicals over rap and the gospel.
As he writes, "Over the past few days the evangelical community has been talking about the kinds of things you would expect — the meaning of Thanksgiving, the turn to the Christmas season, the fact that some stores were opening on Thanksgiving Day and the various issues of the season. And then came rap. Out of the blue, when least expected, the topic changed to rap and the Gospel. Over the last few days a great deal has been written and said, sparked by a panel discussion at an evangelical conference in which rap music was dismissed as unworthy of evangelicals and of the Gospel."
How should we respond to the Gospel rap movement? Can rap and the Gospel go together?
Go to Dr. Mohler's post to read more.
Dr. Mohler's article reminded me of a message [video below] that Paul Washer gave a while back to reformed rappers.
Paul Washer Preaching to Reformed Rappers