I am pretty sure I am not the only one that is excited for this. Seeing Marcus post a lot of Hüsker Dü on his… 316 more words
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For those of us who owned a gatefold vinyl copy (and marveled at the beauty) of Warehouse: Songs & Stories as we spent our teenage years alternating between the caustic British Wyndham Lewis-isms of The Fall and the unrefined beauty of Bob Mould’s layered guitar style, this image should strike a chord.
Michael J. Iafrate, "More Than Music: Notes On 'Staying Punk' In The Church And In Theology" (CONTENT WARNING)
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“[S]taying punk” as a theologian will require my theological production to be committed rather than neutral or objective. Practitioners of punk theologies will admit, as does Dunn, that “the punks are right: the world is fucked up, and we need to do something about it,” and we will align ourselves with the various strands of liberation theology, which have challenged theologians to commit to the struggle for justice.