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Finding Faith in the Music of Gospel and the Blues
A discussion series exploring the faith traditions and influences of Gospel Music and the Blues, with guest speakers and discussion.
Son House, 'Preaching Blues'
This week Duncan is joined by Dr Dina Bennett, Curatorial Director for the National Museum of African American Music, for a discussion of the song 'Preaching Blues' by Son House.
'Nobody Knows' and 'He's Got The Whole World In His Hands'
This week Duncan is joined by Travis Adams, Director of Youth Ministries from Flossmoor Community Church on the outskirts of Chicago, for a discussion of the songs 'Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen' and 'He's Got The Whole World In His Hands'.
'Stand By Me'
This week Duncan is joined by Nav Arles of the London International Gospel Choir for a discussion of the song 'Stand By Me'.
This week Duncan is joined by Udoka for a discussion of the song 'Hold On'.
'Mary Don't You Weep'
This week Duncan is joined by The Revd Stephen Hance for a discussion of the song 'Mary Don't You Weep' performed by The Caravans.
'Sometimes the sole task of God's people is to continue to address God, even in the face of God’s unresponsive absence; not in any expectation that God will resolve our problems, but simply because injustice needs to be named.' @SimonPWoodmanhttps://t.co/zoo5JH5kcu