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Personal Jesus : how popular music shapes our souls

Autore: Clive Marsh; Vaughan Roberts
Editore: Grand Rapids, MI : Baker Academic, ©2012.
Serie: Engaging culture.
Edizione/Formato:   book_printbook : EnglishVedi tutte le edizioni e i formati
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"Pop music is now an ever-present force shaping citizens in the West. Even at funerals, pop music is often requested over hymns. But how does popular music work? And what roles does it play for listeners who engage it? This new addition to the critically acclaimed Engaging Culture series explores the theological significance of the ways pop music is listened to and used today. The authors show that popular music is  Per saperne di più…
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Tipo materiale: Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Book, Internet Resource
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Clive Marsh; Vaughan Roberts
ISBN: 9780801039096 0801039096
Numero OCLC: 795759473
Descrizione: xv, 234 pages ; 23 cm.
Contenuti: Music and religion --
Music in context: contemporary discussion about religion and popular culture --
Explorations in affective space: the Magisteria-Ibiza spectrum --
Acknowledging a theological interest: popular music from sin to sacramentality --
Living by pop music --
Pop music in the marketplace --
Pop music and the body --
Tingle factor: popular music and transcendence today --
Pop music, ritual, and worship --
What's on your Ipod? classics, canons, and the question of what matters --
Pop music and theology --
Discipline of listening: how (and why) what we're doing with music matters ultimately --
Three steps to heaven on negotiating meaning between popular music and Christian theology --
Embodied social rituals: revisiting theology through popular music --
Programmatic postscript: practical consequences for church, academy, and daily living.
Titolo della serie: Engaging culture.
Responsabilità: Clive Marsh & Vaughan S. Roberts.

Abstract:

"Pop music is now an ever-present force shaping citizens in the West. Even at funerals, pop music is often requested over hymns. But how does popular music work? And what roles does it play for listeners who engage it? This new addition to the critically acclaimed Engaging Culture series explores the theological significance of the ways pop music is listened to and used today. The authors show that popular music is used by religious and nonreligious people alike to make meaning, enabling listeners to explore human concerns about embodiment, create communities, and tap into transcendence. They assess what is happening to Christian faith and theology as a result. The book incorporates case studies featuring noted music artists of our day--including David Bowie, Michael Jackson, Sigur Rós, Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen, and Lady Gaga--and includes practical implications for the church, the academy, and daily musical listening. It also includes a foreword by Tom Beaudoin, author of Virtual Faith."--Publisher's description.
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