Call Me the Seeker: Listening to Religion in Popular Music

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Michael J. Gilmour
Bloomsbury Academic, Jun 24, 2005 - Religion - 310 pages
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-One of very few books on religion and popular music
-Covers a wide range of musical styles, from heavy metal and rap to country, jazz and Broadway musicals
-The essays are written by academics and informed by their enthusiasm for the music

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Modernday scholars frequently study the interplay between religion and popular culture, especially comic books, movies, television, and literature; however, one rarely unearths an indepth study of ... Read full review

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Michael J. Gilmour is Associate Professor of New Testament at Providence College in Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada.

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