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The Problem with Christians Doing the 'Harlem Shake'

The Problem with Christians Doing the 'Harlem Shake'


Feb 20 2013
Some advice for the church: Think before you click.

By examining popular phenomena, rather than clicking and letting them pass us by, we may get some insight into the nature of our culture. Let us take the time to recognize joy, humor, pride, communal spirit, and brokenness reflected in the latest hit video rather than limiting ourselves to the shallow experience of commodification.

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