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Redneck Liberation: Country Music as Theology

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In this unique book, David Fillingim explores country music as a mode of theological expression. Following the lead of James Cone's classic, "The Spirituals and the Blues, Fillingim looks to country music for themes of theological liberation by and for the redneck community. The introduction sets forth the book's methodology and relates it to recent scholarship on country ...more
Paperback, 170 pages
Published September 10th 2003 by Mercer University Press (first published August 2003)
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