​Select 3-5 songs from Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly to use collectively as a cultural source for theological reflection on how the album speaks to the following issues

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Select 3-5 songs from Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly to use collectively as a cultural source for theological reflection on how the album speaks to the following issues:

(1) what it means to exist as a black person in the U.S. reflective of social, political, and economic landscapes (3.5-4 pages)

(2) how an analysis of the album helps us think about the doctrines of Christology, sin as racism and sexism, and salvation as survival and liberation (3.5-4 pages)

(3)Reference your own social location and what is the significance of Black and Womanist Theologies for the you in the present day? (3.5-4 pages) *also i will provide info on my social location

-double spaced

-10-12-page paper 12-point Times New Roman with a title page and reference list formatted according to Chicago/Turabian style.

- Two direct quotes from authors/artist per page

-Use Kendrick Lamar’s album as a primary cultural resource (3 to 5 songs)

-use at least 6 of the following readings (required, and I will provide them)

__Kirk and Okazawa-Rey, "Identities and Social Locations"

__S. Johnson, The Myth of Ham

__D. Migliore, "The Task of Theology"

__ Delgado, Critical Race Theory,

__J. Cone, Black Theology, Black Power

__Cone, The Cross and the Lynching Tree

__J. Grant, "Black Theology and the Black Woman"

__ Linda Thomas, "Womanist Theology, Epistemology, and a New Anthropological Paradigm

__Delores Williams, Sisters in the Wilderness

__Pamela Lightsey, Our Lives Matter

__Kelly Brown Douglas, "The Black Church and the Politics of Sexuality"


Choose one additional cultural resource between “The Untold Story of Emmett Till, The Color Purple, or 12 Years a Slave that you believe best illustrates these themes/concepts: (discuss all of the following concepts)

__Black Power Movement & Origin of Black Theology

__Cross and the Lynching Tree Tillichian Method of Correlation

__ Racism & Sexism/Social Sin

__ Niebuhr’s Tragedy/Beauty Dialectic God as Black/Black Christ.

__ Imago Dei in Blackness & Queerness

__ Survival as a Theological Virtue

__ Sources in Black & Womanist Theologies

__ American Slavery & Black American Experience

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