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2 thoughts on “Poetry Meets Cinematography in “Eyes Like Judas””

  1. Bill Wright says:

    Thanks for sharing, brother. I often have a difficult time of relaying the importance of items such as this and “Christian Rap”. Is it in any way “off” for me to explain Ms. Hill and Christian rappers as “illistrated sermons”? They have a message, much like a sermon, pulled from scripture. If we try to define it as music, of which our churches hold hard to worship music, we run into trouble. Presenting it as a type of sermon, I believe, allows doors to open that otherwise may be shut.

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Thabiti Anyabwile is assistant pastor for church planting at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, DC and a Council member with The Gospel Coalition. You can follow him on Twitter.

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