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WHI-1173 | Ordinary Life and Vocation

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Should our lives look more like the book of Joshua, or the book of Ruth? How should we live out our faith in a secular culture? On this edition of White Horse Inn, we'll talk with hip-hop artist Jason Petty about the pursuit of excellence in ordinary life.Should our lives look more like the book of Joshua, or the book of Ruth? How should we live out our faith in a secular culture? On this edition of White Horse Inn, we'll talk with hip-hop artist Jason Petty about the pursuit of excellence in ordinary life.


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  • I just finished listening to the interview with Jason Petty -- then I looked him up on the Web. Boy, have you guys ruined my stereotypes. :-) I really enjoyed listening to him and his music clips, although I must confess, I'm still not a fan of hip-hop. But then, I bet of lot his listeners aren't ready for Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman.

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  • Guest - Rayn Wilson

    I just wish there were more people in the metal community like this. I don't know of a single "Christian" metal band that really gives me the impression they even understand the Gospel.

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  • Guest - Ryan

    @Brian - No worries if hip hop isn't your thing. Just be blessed that artists like Jason are out there! Pray for them and their ministry.

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  • Guest - Paul Swift

    Rayn,

    Without starting a style war, and not knowing anything about individuals in the metal community, there is nevertheless a simple music theory principle at work here: MC/hip-hop tends to have a very high "lyrical impact to musical impact" ratio, while that of the metals tends to be reversed. All other factors aside, styles in which lyrics predominate (whether Anglican chant, Simon and Garfunkel, or hip-hop) will be more suited than their opposites (whether banal choruses, Benny Goodman, or metal) to express a faith which, from Genesis 1 to Psalm 1 to Isaiah 55 to John 1 to Romans 10, is conveyed primarily by ... words.

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