Daniel White Hodge, PhD, is an expert in religion and popular culture, race, & Hip Hop studies. His first book, Heaven Has A Ghetto: The Missiological Gospel & Theology of Tupac Amaru Shakur wrestles with the profane and sacred socio-theological messages within Tupac’s life, his second book, The Soul Of Hip Hop: Rimbs, Timbs, & A Cultural Theology engages a new arena of theological studies by examining what Hip Hoppers espouse to be God and the quest for spirituality within the Hip Hop community. In addition to radio, print, and online appearances, Hodge lectures regularly at universities across the country and is an assistant professor of Youth Ministry and director of The Center For Youth Ministry Studies at North Park University in Chicago. His unique perspective on Hip Hop and Theology challenges his audiences to look beyond the "outer surface" and go into the deeper parts of the culture. You can follow him on twitter@danwhitehodge. He also blogs at Dr. Hip Hop.
1. Theologizing Tim Tebow
2.Blasphemy & Heretical Discourse in Hip Hop Context: The Importance of Supporting Critical “Christian Rappers”
3. No Church in the Wild: An Ontology of Hip Hop’s Socio-Religious Discoursein Tupac’s “Black Jesuz”
4. #Jesus is #HipHop
5. Starting a Dialogue with Hip-Hop
6. Blasphemy & Heretical Discourse in Hip Hop Context: The Importance of Supporting Critical “Christian Rappers”
7. No Church in the Wild: Gen Y’s, Millennials, and Spirituality in Post-Soul America