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Getting the Blues

Dr. Stephen Nichols, research professor of Christianity and culture at Lancaster Bible College, joins the Christ the Center panel for an interesting discussion about his new book, Getting the Blues. Nichols discusses his interest in blues music and shows how the blues touch upon biblical themes. This is an utterly fascinating discussion, even for those who are not otherwise drawn to blues music. Listeners will come away wanting to crack the covers of this unusual book.

Panel

  • Stephen J. Nichols
  • Jeff Waddington
  • Jim Cassidy
  • Nick Batzig
  • James Dolezal
  • Camden Bucey

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Bibliography/Discography

Callahan, Allen Dwight. The talking book : African Americans and the Bible. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006.

Cone, James H. The spirituals and the blues : an interpretation. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis Books, 1992.

Ellington, Duke. Black, Brown and Beige. Audio CD. Sbme Special Mkts., 2008.

Greef, W. de. The writings of John Calvin : an introductory guide. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2008.

House, Son. Son House. Hollywood :: Capitol,, 1995.

Johnson, Robert. The Complete Recordings. Audio CD. Sony, 1990.

King, B.B. One Kind Favor. Audio CD. Geffen Records, 2008.

Lecerf, Auguste. An Introduction to Reformed Dogmatics. London: Lutterworth Press, 1949.

Lomax, Alan. Deep River of Song: Mississippi – Saints and Sinners. Audio CD. Rounder Select, 1999.

Mackay, John L. A study commentary on Isaiah. EP study commentary. Faverdale North, Darlington, England: Evangelical Press, 2008.

Mohler, R. Albert. Desire and deceit : the real cost of the new sexual tolerance. Colorado Springs, Colo.: Multnomah Books, 2008.

Nichols, Stephen. Jesus Made in America: Cultural History from the Puritans to the Passion of the Christ. Downers Grove Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 2008.

—. The Reformation : how a monk and a mallet changed the world. Wheaton Ill.: Crossway Books, 2007.

Nichols, Stephen J. Getting the blues : what blues music teaches us about suffering and salvation. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Brazos Press, 2008.

Patton, Charlie. The Best of Charlie Patton. Audio CD. Yazoo, 2003.

Turner, Steve. Hungry for heaven : rock ‘n’ roll & the search for redemption. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity Press, 1995.

Waters, Muddy. The Definitive Collection. Audio CD. Geffen Records, 2006.

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Jeff Downs

11 years ago

Even though Nichols has long forgotten me, it is nice that I can say I was a former student (before and after he received his Ph.D.). 🙂

Timothy M

11 years ago

Great stuff guys! I have thoroughly enjoyed the last couple episodes.

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