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Check out Richard Beck’s Series on Johnny Cash

February 25, 2014

My post today is to refer you to someone else’s blog. I am a huge Johnny Cash fan. His imperfect voice and unique guitar sounds combine with his life experiences for a wonderful listening experience. A blog I follow, Experimental Theology, ( is written by Richard Beck. He is an Abilene Christian University professor who has a way of writing about things that get just enough under your skin to make you reflect on why you feel the way you do. That is why I follow his blog – to keep challenging me to think.

Beck is currently posting an amazing series he has titled, “The Theology of Johnny Cash.” If you are a fan of Johnny Cash or theology, it is worth your time. Today’s post is Part 6 in the series. I encourage you to start at Part 1 and work through them in order. They are excellent reading and really make you reflect on the social aspect of our faith – the practical part of our theology.

Richard Beck, thank you for taking the time to do this series. Maybe we would be fortunate enough to see this be your next book. Can we be that lucky?


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