Posted by Ben Kesling

“This is what theology looks like!” In Clayton. #Ferguson

J. Kameron Carter responded by saying, “Black chant is the sound of revolt, a liturgy of resistance that itself (aims to) suspends the order of regulation. A politics of theological suspension, that even suspends theology itself or the God-terms that underwrite regulation.”

Originally published at vine.co.

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