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*Today nothing seems amiss concerning hip–hop’s influence on music, Western culture, clothing, and the new hip-hop lingo Lingo – An animation scripting language.
Now, hip-hop has progressively reached another movement–the hip-hop gospel movement.
Several well-known religious leaders and scholars chronicle the combination of gospel and hip-hop in The Gospel Remix, which is considered a moving yet sophisticated approach to reaching the hip-hop generation through evangelism Evangelism
The book provides introspective and diversified accounts of successful tools used by religious scholars and prominent black Evangelical pastors who have welcomed hip-hop into their congregations.
In the Introduction, Evangelist and scholar Ralph C. Watkins, also the author of I Ain’t Afraid to Speak My Mind (Unity Council, 2003), asks pivotal questions that have weighed heavily on the minds of several leaders all over the world: “How do I become an involved participant observer in the hip-hop community? How do I take part in hip-hop? How do I get in, to sit in to be involved?”
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