By M. Grimshaw

During this special assortment, theologians born and shaped in the course of the chilly battle provide their insights and views on theological relationships with such musical artists and teams as pleasure department, U2, Nick Cave, and John Coltrane. those essays show that one's own track personal tastes can tell and effect specialist pursuits.

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