Decades after Christian artists first started rapping about Jesus, 21st-century rappers such as Lecrae and Shai Linne lead a growing genre of "holy hip-hop." Their lyrics proclaim the gospel through a music style long known for addressing raw truths and the fallen state of society. Christianity Today's May 2013 cover story explored the Reformed theology of hip-hop music.

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