Tyler has made something new. Something that might bring the Christian world to new depths. He has effortlessly synchronized two conflicting art forms. And I suspect that our Puritan forefathers would tar-n-feather him for it. He has taken the ancient, humble and cherished language of prayer and coupled it with Hip -Hop and turntables. Which is an anathema to some. I mean the Bible speaks of instruments (Psalms 150) and loin cloth dancing before the Lord (2 Samuel 6) as modes of worship. But you have never read about this. Google doesn’t even know about it. You might be comfortable with harps and lyre’s in Heaven but after a ride on this existential -roller-coaster your view of Heaven will expand to incorporate and even come to expect turntables and beat-boxes among the angels.
And Tyler doesn’t take any person praying, no, he blends the words of England’s beloved Bishop N.T. Wright into a wicked and potent beat . . . reeling and scandalous. Tyler easily proves that N.T. Wright is our hippest theologian. This is an avant-garde masterpiece.
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