Upon Which Rock?

Please forgive the shameless plug, but because I’ve written in America magazine on popular/media culture and theology many times over the last decade, and since I’ve even let slip a few rock and roll meditations in a mystagogical register on this very blog, I thought there would be no harm in announcing that I am pleased to celebrate the birth of a new blog in which I’m involved, on rock and theology. It can be found here.

 

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Tom Beaudoin
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York

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