Giving the Puritans a Bad Rap

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Dr. Joel Beeke offers some helpful insights on the new rap song by Propaganda. 
 
"A new rap song by Propaganda has caught the attention of a number of Christians in the blogosphere. It styles itself as a series of questions to a pastor who loves to quote the Puritans, criticizing them for their culpability in the slavery of African-Americans. The rap repeatedly uses the phrase "your precious puritans" in a way that is ironic, to say the least. It is sad that "precious" becomes a piece of sarcasm, for the Lord Himself said to His people that we are "precious in my sight" and "I have loved thee" (Isa. 43:4)."
 
Posted October 26, 2012 @ 7:45 AM by Rob Ventura
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