Theology on Tap is back on Thursday, May 19, from 7 to 9 p.m. at St. B's with our own Ginny Lamothe presenting a Theology of Hip Hop. Join us on May 19 when St. B’s own Ginny Lamothe will present a Theology of Hip Hop.
Hip Hop aficionados value authenticity above all aspects of Hip Hop music and culture. This authenticity has been heard for decades through deeply personal and painful autobiographical songs. This discussion will speak to both the historical and theological commonalities of Hip Hop to Confessions of the Church's "OG," St. Augustine of Hippo.
Ginny is an Assistant Professor of Musicology at Belmont University, specializing in seventeenth-century music, historical dance, online teaching pedagogy, vaudeville, musical theater, and sound studies.
We gather at 7 p.m. for drinks on the patio. The presentation begins at 7:30 p.m. Created for younger adults but open to anyone, Theology on Tap creates space for connection, conversation, and theology in a casual atmosphere. Together we think about the intersection of culture, faith, and our daily lives. Prior topics have included Augustine, politics, the Joker, beauty, singleness, Ignatian Examen, prison ministry and the movie The Mission.
To learn more, email Matt Chambers-Rhea at email@example.com.